When former President Donald Trump said that the secret to being a good parent is keeping your kids away from drugs and alcohol, many saw it as a thinly veiled jab at his successor’s son Hunter Biden.
Hunter has been vocal about his years of drug abuse problems, and his latest book “Beautiful Stuff” details them. During an interview with Gina Loudon of Real America’s Voice, Trump seemed to take a shot at him.
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When it comes to dealing with youngsters, Trump says, “You have to speak to them, you have to be with them.” “A lot of people at a certain stage, whether they have success or not, whether they have success or not, they don’t give their children enough time.”
Trump, who does not drink and whose older brother died of alcoholism, went on to highlight the importance of keeping your children away from such temptations.
“You can have good children, but if they start with drugs or alcohol – and I always include cigarettes in there, frankly – but I say no drugs, no alcohol, and no cigarettes, and I’ve said that to all of them for years,” Trump said.
Trump went on to say that he has drilled this into his five children to the point where they are “going nuts” in response to his fatherly wisdom.
Trump said, “You know, they don’t like it.” “But I think it’s had a pretty positive effect so far,” she says.
'You have to give [kids] attention, you have to talk to them, you have to be with them…I say no drugs, no cigarettes, no alcohol…it really so far has had a pretty good impact."
— Real America's Voice (RAV) (@RealAmVoice) April 2, 2021
Trump went on to state that he has personally seen “some pretty nice children go bad” as a result of their addiction to drugs or alcohol.
According to The New York Post, Trump said, “But, you know, I’ve seen some very nice children go bad because they get hooked on drugs or alcohol, and you just just can’t let that happen, because if that happens, then you’re dealing with a whole new ballgame.”
This comes after Hunter Biden, in his latest book, blasted Trump and his henchmen.
In excerpts from the book obtained by The Guardian, Biden wrote, “I became a proxy for Donald Trump’s fear of not being re-elected.”
“Even when his own children had pocketed millions in China and Russia and his former campaign manager [Paul Manafort] sat in a prison cell for laundering millions more from Ukraine, he promoted debunked conspiracy theories about work I did in Ukraine and China.”
“None of that matters in an Orwellian political environment where all is up or down,” he added. “Trump assumed that if he could kill me, and thus my father, he could dispatch any decent candidate from either party, all while deflecting focus away from his own unethical behavior.”
“I am not Eric Trump or Donald Trump Jr.,” Biden said, referring to Trump’s children. I’ve done some work for people other than my father. I got up and sat down on my own.
Biden previously revealed that it was only through his father’s connections that he was able to join the Burisma board.
“I’m not sure. I’m not sure. In retrospect, probably not,” Biden said to ABC News in 2019 when asked if he would have gotten the job at the energy firm without his father. “But, you know, I don’t think a lot of stuff would have happened in my life if my last name hadn’t been Biden.”