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Psaki Speculates on What WH Thinks About Hunter: ‘Would Like Him to Probably Go Away’

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Jen Psaki, a former White House press secretary, expressed on “Meet the Press” that people at the White House probably wish Hunter Biden would “go away.”

She highlighted their concern for Hunter’s public appearances and emphasized that while the president loves his son, the administration would prefer he stay out of the public eye.

“Look, I think if you’re sitting in the White House right now, you’re like, ‘Please, Hunter Biden. We know your dad loves you. Please stop talking in public,’” Psaki said. (Trending: Prominent LGBTQ Activist Arrested Over Disturbing Charges)

“This is not helpful to any of them for him to be out there. But, at the same time, the president loves his son.”

“That takes precedent over anything else. That is appealing,” she said.

“He loves his son. He loves his family. He’s worried about his mental health.”

“But, yes, the White House would like him to probably go away right now.”

The sentiment reflects the unspoken White House messaging, as others besides Joe or Jill Biden share this view.

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