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Hunter Biden Plays the Victim in Rare Interview

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Hunter Biden portrayed himself as a victim of addiction and political attacks in an interview with Axios, emphasizing the importance of his sobriety for democracy.

The interview downplayed his alleged involvement in pay-for-play schemes, focusing on his struggles with addiction.

“President Biden privately has expressed worry that Republicans’ daily attacks and the criminal prosecution of his son Hunter are taking a toll on his family — and could even lead Hunter to relapse, given the family’s history of struggling with addiction,” Axios’ Alex Thompson said.

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

“Maybe it’s the ultimate test for a recovering addict — I don’t know… I have always been in awe of people who have stayed clean and sober through tragedies and obstacles few people ever face.”

“They are my heroes, my inspiration… I have something much bigger than even myself at stake. We are in the middle of a fight for the future of democracy,” he said.

The piece is has been criticized for its bias in favor of Hunter Biden and lack of mention of his criminal charges.

Critics noted the media’s lack of credibility and the public’s skepticism towards such interviews.

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