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Hunter Biden Tries To Justify Ukrainian Paycheck by Saying He Was Fighting ‘Trump’s Buddy Putin’

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In Hunter Biden’s new memoir “Beautiful Things” he attempts to justify his suspicious payments from Ukrainian energy firm Burisma Holdings on President Trump’s relationship with Vladamir Putin. The drug-addicted son of now-President Biden accepted a lucrative five-figure-a-month position with the energy firm while Biden was vice president. However, throughout Biden’s book, he pathetically attempts to justify his disturbing and underhanded actions by continuously attacking Republicans and former President Trump.

The Daily Wire reports:

“If I was going to pick a side—and if I was going to get paid to pick a side—I’d choose the same way again, rather than back the person President Trump has sided with,” he writes, saying a company official told him, “You can get paid by the Russians or the people who are fighting them.”

“Do you think if any of the Trump children ever tried to get a job outside of their father’s business that his name wouldn’t figure into the calculation? My response has always been to work harder so that my accomplishments stand on their own,” he writes, even while detailing how he laid on the couch for days with a jerry-rigged bottle of vodka propped to his mouth, or spent his days lounging by the pool while going to the bathroom to smoke crack every fifteen minutes.

An email involving another potential business scheme involving China said that “H,” or Hunter, would get 20% and also hold 10% for “the big guy,” which a participant on the email thread, Tony Bobulinski, has said referred to Joe Biden. Hunter simply says comments by Trump and his lawyer Rudy Giuliani questioning the propriety of the arrangement were part of the “up-is-down, self-dealing universe cooked up for political and personal gain by Trump and Giuliani and their circle of bandits,” part of “the ever-swelling club of Trump’s conspiratorial delusions.”

In the end, the elder Biden “beat back a vile man with a vile mission,” Hunter writes, and “I became the beneficiary of the absurdity and transparent criminality of my pursuers. … Every bogus whistleblower, out-of-context email, salacious photograph or video clip (manufactured or real), made me feel nearly invincible to their slings and arrows.”

Biden’s book which was marketed as a memoir detailing his journey with drug addiction is more like a constant barrage of excuses attempting to blame Republicans for his own mistakes and misdeeds. The memoir reads more like a money-grabbing scheme than any type of memoir.