Hunter Biden is living it up in Malibu…and apparently that's forcing his taxpayer-funded security detail to do the same.
The Secret Service detail protecting Joe Biden’s son has reportedly been paying more than $30,000 a month to live nearby.
In Malibu, Hunter Biden's digs include a four-bedroom, three-bathroom "resort-style" home with an open floor plan, vaulted high ceilings, chef's kitchen and French doors, according to a description on its property listing. The mansion also features a "spacious park-like yard" with a pool, a spa, a built-in barbecue bar, and alfresco dining, according to the listing.
The property is located on 0.7 acres atop a hill, and boasts "enchanting" 180-degree panoramic ocean views, the listing says.
Next door is where sources say Biden's team of Secret Service agents are living and working.
The Spanish-style estate that the Secret Service has rented sits on a 0.7-acre lot above the Malibu coast and also features "gorgeous ocean views," according to its listing.
ABC notes that the high taxpayer cost to protect members of the first family is nothing new.
This seems to be true whether the family member is currently under federal investigation for foreign business dealings or not.
Judicial Watch reported the Obama family trip to Martha's Vineyard in August 2016 cost the Secret Service $2.7 million, including $2.5 million in hotels and $90,000 in rental cars.
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The leftist media are just outright admitting that they don't care to cover the Hunter Biden story, because it makes Democrats look bad. pic.twitter.com/JSG4le8xAt— MRCTV (@mrctv) April 3, 2022