Drug Scandal at the White House: Hunter Biden's Series of Infamous Acts - Drugs, Business in Ukraine, and Affairs

Drug Scandal at the White House: Hunter Biden's Series of Infamous Acts - Drugs, Business in Ukraine, and Affairs

In a shocking turn of events, cocaine was discovered in the innermost part of the White House, specifically the West Wing, on Sunday, July 2, 2023. This discovery has sent shockwaves throughout the United States, captivating the attention of the American public. The case has implicated Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, who has had a troubled history with drug addiction.

According to Reuters, Joe Biden's eldest son was officially discharged from the reserves of the U.S. Navy in 2014 after testing positive for cocaine use. However, illicit substances were not unfamiliar territory for Hunter. This 53-year-old man had been battling drug and alcohol addiction since his college days. Ever since then, he has frequently sought drug rehabilitation.

"It has been an honor serving in the U.S. Navy, and I deeply regret and feel ashamed of my actions that led to my administrative discharge," he expressed when discharged from the U.S. Navy, as quoted on Thursday, July 6, 2023.

As reported by the BBC on Thursday, July 6, 2023, Hunter also struggled with alcohol addiction following the death of his brother, Beau Biden, in 2015, due to brain cancer. Hunter seemed to isolate himself, only leaving his house to purchase vodka.

Moreover, Hunter has often been a source of concern for Joe Biden. Aside from his drug addiction, he made headlines when he divorced Kathleen Buhle in 2017. During that time, Buhle claimed that Hunter failed to provide financial support for their family's legitimate expenses. Instead, Hunter used his money for his own indulgences, including drugs, alcohol, strippers, and nightclubs.

Additionally, a DNA test conducted in 2019 confirmed that Hunter was the biological and legal father of a child born to an exotic dancer named Lunden Alexis Roberts. During the 2020 U.S. election, Hunter faced attacks from former President Donald Trump regarding his business dealings in China.

Trump and the Republican Party argued that Hunter's involvement in foreign business transactions raised questions due to perceived conflicts of interest. It is known that Hunter held a seat on the board of the private equity firm BHR Partners in China and owned 10% equity in the fund. However, his business affairs in Ukraine became the most controversial aspect of his actions. In 2014, he joined the board of the Ukrainian natural gas company, Burisma Holdings.

Reportedly, this 53-year-old man received payments of up to $50,000 per month for his position. Hunter was then suspected of being involved in the dismissal of Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin, who was investigating cases related to Burisma Holdings.

House Republicans accused Joe Biden and Hunter of receiving a $5 million payment from Burisma executives in exchange for Shokin's dismissal. They based their claims on an FBI document known as FD-1023, which is used by agents to record tips from confidential sources.

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