Hunter Biden’s ex-wife set to release tell-all memoir about their troubled marriage

President Joe Biden’s son has frequently drawn criticism and speculation based on his clearly tumultuous personal life.

Now, Hunter Biden’s ex-wife has released a memoir revealing the toll she claims those troubles took on their relationship.


Kathleen Buhle was married to Biden for 24 years and reportedly provides some intimate details about their rocky marriage.

According to the Daily Mail, Buhle delves into her former husband’s drug-fueled escapades with women — including his own sister-in-law.

In a recent interview, she described the process of writing If We Break as therapeutic.

“Anyone who has seen addiction ruin a relationship, or been through infidelity and divorce, can tell you how devastating it feels,” Buhle said.

The book is set to be released in June and is said to closely chronicle the details that caused the marriage to unravel. In addition to an affair with the widow of his late brother Beau, Buhle informed her then-husband that she wanted a divorce due to his “emotionally abusive” behavior toward her.

“I was the sicko”

Buhle and Biden were divorced in 2007, at which time she accused him of bankrupting the family with his lavish spending on drugs, booze, prostitutes, and gifts for his mistresses.

While the latest book is sure to contain some embarrassing details for the Biden family, Hunter Biden has not been shy about sharing his own inner demons with the public.

He explored intimate details about his low points in a memoir of his own. He wrote in Beautiful Things that he smoked crack-cocaine “every 15 minutes” for a while and was reduced to searching for drug residue in his carpet.

The memoir also addressed his affair with Hallie Biden and its impact on his marriage, about which he wrote: “That gave her the gift of justification: I was the sicko sleeping with my brother’s wife.”

Renewed media attention on Hunter Biden’s sordid personal narrative comes at a critical time for his father’s administration. Recent polls show the president’s approval rating continues to remain frustratingly low for Democrats hoping to hold onto power in Congress after the upcoming midterm elections.

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