Hunter Biden Speaks Out For The First Time

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Most of the United States media has been hyper-focused on the impeachment inquiry on President Donald Trump. What the left-fake news media hasn't focused on is Hunter Biden's foreign business deals.

The former vice president's son is finally speaking out on his private travels and defended his ethical implications in an exclusive interview with ABC News. Biden admitted he did not foresee how this would impact his father's election.

“In retrospect, look, I think that it was poor judgment on my part. Is that I think that it was poor judgment because I don't believe now, when I look back on it -- I know that there was -- did nothing wrong at all," said Biden. However, was it poor judgment to be in the middle of something that is...a swamp in—in—in many ways? Yeah.”

His interview with ABC News' Amy Robach was filmed this weekend and no topic was off limits. They got into how all this recent spotlight has affected his personal and professional life and how it has threatened his ongoing addiction struggle.

Biden even sarcastically answered one of Trump's tweets.

"I'm here. I'm here and I'm working and I'm living my life," Hunter Biden said. "Hiding in plain sight, I guess."

The only interesting part of this interview.

Biden admitted he made a mistake.

"Did I make a mistake? Well, maybe in the grand scheme of things, yeah," he said, again referring to fallout from his overseas business.

Biden said, "I take -- full responsibility for that. Do I -- did I do anything improper? No, and not in any way. Not in any way whatsoever. I joined a board, I served honorably. I did -- I focused on corporate governance. I didn't have any discussions with my father before or after I joined the board as it related to it, other than that brief exchange that we had."

Of course, he tried to justify himself. What else would you expect? President Trump wanted an investigation for a reason.

How much longer are we going to be stuck in this media whirlwind? Somebody, please end it.

For more information, you can see the full interview at ABC News.

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