It’s Official! Joe Biden Takes Hunter’s Disastrous Advice

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Despite widespread public pressure, internal party discussions, and alarming poll results indicating that 72 percent of Americans oppose his candidacy in the 2024 election, President Joe Biden’s family is reportedly encouraging him to continue his current path.

As reported by The New York Times, Biden’s family is urging the president to continue his campaign, with Hunter Biden being one of the most influential advocates for the president’s decision to remain steadfast.

“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,” wrote Times reporters Katie Rogers and Peter Baker. “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.”

According to reports, the Biden family is also allegedly blaming campaign personnel for the president’s performance in Thursday night’s debate and urging their immediate removal from their jobs. The Biden family reportedly concentrated their attention on longstanding allies Anita Dunn, Bob Bauer, and Ron Klain. They scrutinized several aspects of their debate approach, including their reliance on data and the president’s physical appearance.

The report states:

Members of Mr. Biden’s family were likewise said to be focused on the president’s staff, including Ms. Dunn, a White House senior adviser, and her husband, Mr. Bauer, the president’s personal attorney, who played Mr. Trump during debate rehearsals.

They were asking why Mr. Klain, the former White House chief of staff who ran the preparations, would in their view allow him to be overloaded with statistics, and they were angry that Mr. Biden, who arrived for the debate in Atlanta with a summer tan, was made up to look pale and pallid, said one of the people, who has been in touch with several members of the family.

The recent publication from the Times follows NBC’s story that Biden intended to seek advice from his family during his visit to Camp David on Sunday, a visit that had been arranged before Thursday’s debate. Unlike the Joe Biden who went to a Waffle House in Atlanta after the debate, the president apparently took part in a photo shoot with famous photographer Annie Leibovitz during his visit to the exclusive presidential retreat on Sunday.

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