Hunter Biden, Joe’s Top Adviser, Says He Needs To Stay And Fight

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While his party continues to panic over last week’s debate, Joe Biden’s closest adviser has encouraged him to stay in the race. No, it’s not his campaign manager, chief of staff, or even his wife.

It’s Hunter Biden.

In 2022, New Conservative Post discussed the strange relationship between the president and his formerly crackhead son, whom Joe believes “is a god.”  

In a 77-minute conversation with Phillipa Horan–a British artist who apparently helped the president’s son break into the art world, a grift from which he’s netted hundreds of thousands of dollars from anonymous buyers–he talked about a wide range of topics, including his past drug addictions to his dad’s aspirations for the White House.

During the December 3, 2018 recording, Hunter told his art friend that Joe would “talk about anything that I want him to, that he believes in.” The newspaper also revealed that Hunter claimed, “If I say it’s important to me, then he will work a way in which to make it a part of his platform. My dad respects me more than he respects anyone in the world, and I know that to be certain, so it’s not going to be about whether it affects his politics.”

The Examiner reported that Hunter said, “All those fears you think that I have of people not liking me or that I don’t love myself … I don’t fear that. You know why I don’t fear that? Because the man I most admire in the world, that god to me, thinks I’m a god.”

Now, his “god” is commanding his father to stay in the race, according to The New York Times.

Mr. Biden has been soliciting ideas from advisers about how to proceed, and his staff has been discussing whether he should hold a news conference or sit for interviews to defend himself and change the narrative, but nothing has been decided yet. The campaign scheduled what could be a critical call with its national finance committee for Monday to calm nerves and take temperatures.

One of the strongest voices imploring Mr. Biden to resist pressure to drop out was his son Hunter Biden, whom the president has long leaned on for advice, said one of the people informed about the discussions, who, like others, spoke on condition of anonymity to share internal deliberations. Hunter Biden wants Americans to see the version of his father that he knows — scrappy and in command of the facts — rather than the stumbling, aging president Americans saw on Thursday night.

Other family members were trying to figure out how they could be helpful. At least one of the president’s grandchildren has expressed interest in getting more involved with the campaign, perhaps by talking with influencers on social media, according to the informed person.

One of the people informed about the situation saidthe entire family is united” and added flatly that the president was not getting out of the race and had not discussed doing so. “You get up and keep fighting,” the person said.

While the Biden family has many reasons to keep Joe in the White House, most of the country believes he’s mentally incapable of being president.

CBS News writes that “for months before the first debate, the nation’s voters repeatedly expressed doubts over whether President Biden had the cognitive health enough to serve.

Today, those doubts have grown even more: now at nearly three-quarters of the electorate, and now including many within his own party.

And today, after the debate with former President Trump, an increased number of voters, including many Democrats, don’t think Mr. Biden should be running for president at all. Nearly half his party doesn’t think he should now be the nominee.”

The Biden family has been looking for scapegoats to blame for the Thursday debacle, and it appears they landed on campaign staff.

Politico reports that several members of the Biden family “trashed his top campaign advisers” during the meeting, blaming them for the president’s debate performance and urging Joe to fire some of his top campaign leadership.

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