President Biden’s troubled son, Hunter Biden, has been hired to teach University students about the perils of “fake news.”
The 51-year-old former crackhead will join students at Tulane University to discuss “the current state of the media landscape in the United States and how media polarization, fake news and the economics of the new business impact public policymaking in Washington DC,” according to Fox News.
Biden is one of 10 celebrity guests speakers invited by the far-left university during the 10-week course.
Nypost.com reports: Other speakers include Dr. Deborah Birx, New York Times columnist Bret Stephens and Fox News political analyst Juan Williams.
Biden, who The Post exclusively reported helped arrange a 2015 meeting between his then vice-president father and his Ukrainian energy firm executive boss — who the elder Biden later helped shield from investigation, is better known for his drug, sex and legal scandals than for his media expertise.
In the weeks before the 2020 election, social media outlets censored The Post over the report, and mainstream news outlets ignored it, over lack of faith in its veracity.
After his father won the presidency, Hunter disclosed the federal government was indeed investigating his overseas business dealings.
The First Son also said the laptop at the center of the report, containing emails that revealed his business dealings in Ukraine and China, could “certainly” have been his, as his book tour swung through CBS earlier this month.
He also claimed it could have been stolen from him, or hacked by Russia as part of a misinformation campaign, the latter a claim that intelligence agents have refuted.
“Whether or not somebody has my laptop, whether or not it was, I was hacked, whether or not there exists a laptop at all, I truly don’t know,” Hunter said.
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