choice of acknowledging his son’s nefarious activities — thereby sacrificing him — or continuing to misdirect as his 2024 presidential campaign heats up, political strategists believe.
Unlike his 2020 campaign, Joe Biden is facing public scrutiny for his son’s alleged business dealings, pornographic tapes found on his abandoned laptop and his treatment of his out-of-wedlock daughter. Revelations about the first son’s activities were largely silenced before the 2020 election, with his abandoned laptop being falsely characterized by former intelligence officials as a Russian plot.
The president has defended his son’s activities and refuses to acknowledge his granddaughter, but if his son is convicted on any charges, it could deal a blow to Biden’s reelection campaign, a Democratic strategist told the Daily Caller.
Hunter being convicted would “hurt” Joe Biden, but not as much as “Trump’s conviction would hurt Trump” given that he’s running for president, said Brad Bannon, Democratic strategist and president of Bannon Communications Research.
Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki recently told MSNBC the White House would have to answer for Hunter Biden if an investigation finds that he broke the law. “I think if there is – when there’s a conclusion of the investigation into Hunter, they’ll have to say something,” Psaki said.
Republican 2024 presidential candidates such as former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy have already started to lean into the Hunter Biden allegations. The first son will be center stage leading up into 2024, Ramaswamy and those close to Trump told the Caller.
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