Trump Advisor Feels Bad For Hunter Biden: His Dad Made Him ‘The Bag Man’
Hunter Biden, the son of U.S. President Joe Biden, leaves the J. Caleb Boggs Federal Building on June 06, 2024 in Wilmington, Delaware.
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Jason Miller, senior advisor to former President Donald Trump, admitted during a recent interview that he feels “sorry” for President Joe Biden’s now-convicted son, Hunter Biden.

Miller made the comments during a Wednesday appearance on Newsmax, just one day after Hunter Biden was convicted in a Delaware court on three felony gun charges, and he argued that his father — now the president — had effectively set Hunter up as “the bag man” in a family influence scheme.


“There’s a reason why President Trump and Joe Biden are tied on the issue of who best can protect democracy,” Miller began. “I actually feel sorry for Hunter Biden—because his father put him in the position to be the bagman to collect all this money from China, Russia, [and] Ukraine.”


“And we all remember, in 2020, ten percent for the ‘Big Guy’?” he continued. “Tony Bobulinski and the phones, and the meeting with Joe Biden, but how could someone go and allow — put their son in that position? To be the bag man, of course, the money’s going to get to his head and bad things could happen, so I feel sorry about that.”

“But what I’m most frustrated about is the foreign money interference,” Miller concluded. “Because the Bidens have been selling access to — whether he was a senator or VP and now president, have been selling access to a government official for 50 years. This is the Biden family business—nobody is a developer, in construction, or opened a small business—they sell access. And so when you’re selling access like that, that’s what I wish the DOJ was looking into — not some gun issue or whatever his personal problems might be. It goes to the top.”

In the aftermath of the younger Biden’s conviction on Tuesday, the White House has said that President Biden will stand by his decision not to pardon his son — but when asked specifically about whether he might commute Hunter’s sentence, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to give an answer.


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