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Hunter Biden Breaks Silence On His Addictions

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Hunter Biden claimed that his abstaining from drug use amid legal issues is important for “the future of democracy,” given his father Joe Biden’s position as president.

However, tying his personal legal battles to the fate of the nation has been criticized as presenting himself as a victim.

“I have something much bigger than even myself at stake,” Hunter said. “We are in the middle of a fight for the future of democracy.”

“Most importantly, you have to believe that you’re worth the work, or you’ll never be able to get sober. But I often do think of the profound consequences of failure here,” he said.

“I don’t care whether you’re ten years sober, two years sober, two months sober or two hundred years sober — your brain at some level is always telling you there’s still one answer,” he said.

He is set to testify in an impeachment inquiry regarding his foreign business dealings and connections, which witnesses have alleged relied heavily on his familial relationship with Joe Biden for lucrative opportunities and investments while Joe Biden was vice president.

A House investigation also found Joe Biden and multiple family members received money from Hunter and James Biden’s foreign business ventures. Hunter has failed to appear for a previous testimony.

“The entire value-add of Hunter Biden to our business was his family name and his access to his father, Vice President Joe Biden,” Jason Galanis said.

“Because of this access, I agreed to contribute equity ownership to them – Hunter and Devon – for no out-of-pocket cost from them in exchange for their ‘relationship capital.’”

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