Where Is Hunter? In Year-old ABC News Interview Hunter Biden Says He Hopes History Isn’t Written Yet And Mentions A Chance For Redemption?

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For him, his father? Or the current administration?

In an approximately six-minute interview with Hunter Biden, published 15 October 2019, ABC News’ Amy Robach asks Hunter about his addiction issues and talks about President Trump’s negative comments about his business dealings. In the last minute of the interview, when asked about whether he had anything to say to President Trump, he pauses and tears up.

“It’s really hard for me to say anything snarky” right now because he says he was “raised to respect that office.” That is the point at which Hunter tears up. “It’s making me emotional… I am really proud of being an American.” He continues, “…but I take no pleasure in this…watching this death spiral of this administration, this President, and the people that surround him. When asked how this will play out in the history books, he says “I hope that ‘the history’ isn’t fully written yet. I hope that a lot of people who have the chance for redemption here stand up for what is right.”

Hunter appeared to be answering Robach’s question about Trump but he had switched to talking about the office of the president and his love for America.

Curious interview – at least that one snippet…

Recent releases from a hard drive that Hunter left in a repair shop in Delaware have suggested that he and the Biden family were involved in business dealings with the elite of China (and other countries). In an audio recording out today, Hunter says that he is getting calls from the “Southern District New York” (a reference to the U.S. District Court in the Southern District of NY) “about his father.”

Per The National Pulse, “the former veep’s son also bemoans longtime business partner Devon Archer naming him and his father Joe as witnesses ‘n a criminal case’ without notifying him.

The National Pulse

Additional reporting from The National Pulse states that Hunter is “referencing Patrick Ho, who was a former Secretary for Home Affairs in Hong Kong, as a “spy chief of China” while lamenting how his business partner Ye Jianming of CEFC China Energy had disappeared.” Hunter says directly in the audio recording that he is dealing directly with the “spy chief of China…”

Where is Hunter? Here’s the approximately one minute snippet of the interview mentioned above.

Full ABC News interview.

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