Trump jokes that Hunter Biden "went to the wrong place" after ducking House subpoena

 December 16, 2023

President Joe Biden has long shown obvious signs of cognitive decline, with critics complaining that he often appears confused.

However, former President Donald Trump joked this week that Hunter Biden seems to be experiencing some confusion of his own.

"He went to the wrong place"

According to Fox News, Trump referenced the younger Biden while delivering a speech to supporters in Iowa on Wednesday.

"Did you see Hunter today, right? He went to the wrong place. He went to the Senate instead of the House," the former president told those attending his event.

"Everyone's saying, 'Where's Hunter?' See, it always gets, 'Where's Hunter?'' What a two-tier system of justice we have," Trump went on to complain.

Fox News noted that Trump was referring to the fact that Hunter Biden refused to comply with a House subpoena requiring him to sit for a sworn deposition.

President son's says GOP has "invaded" his privacy

Instead, the president's son hosted a press conference on Capitol Hill where he lashed out at Republicans, saying that they had "attacked" his family and "invaded" his privacy.

"They belittled my recovery, and they have tried to dehumanize me, all to embarrass my father, who has devoted his entire life to public service," the younger Biden complained.

"For six years I have been a target of the unrelenting Trump attack team. 'Where’s Hunter?' Well, here’s my answer. I am here," he continued.

Republicans threaten to hold Hunter Biden in contempt

The president's son went on to contend that there is "no evidence to support that my father was financially involved in my business because it did not happen."

"Republicans have lied over and over about every aspect about my personal and professional life. So much so, that the false facts are believed by too many people," he insisted.

Biden also accused Republicans of having "engaged in unprecedented political interference," adding, "They have taken the light of my dad’s love for and presented it as darkness. They have no shame."

While House Republicans have threatened to hold Hunter Biden in contempt, former federal prosecutor Katie Cherkasky told Fox News that it would be up to his father's Department of Justice to impose consequences.

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