Trump Campaign Congratulates Joe Biden After DNA Test Reveals Hunter is the Father of Arkansas Baby

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Well, it certainly seems like Hunter Biden is the complete piece of garbage many think he is. It’s almost as if this guy is trying to build up a resume so he can qualify to be one of the circus acts on daytime scumbag show “Maury.”

Get this. A DNA test has confirmed that Biden, the son of former vice president and current Democratic candidate Joe Biden, is the father of a baby in Arkansas with the baby's mother, Lunden Alexis Roberts, despite the younger Biden’s previously repeated denials.

The kicker?

Biden fathered the child while he was dating his late brother’s widow. This guy’s recent relationship history reads like trashy novel.

According to Business Insider:

Biden's relationship history is complicated. In 2017, he finalized his divorce from Kathleen Biden, his wife of more than 20 years, after she accused him of spending money on drugs and strip clubs.

That year, he started dating Hallie Biden, his brother Beau's widow and the mother of his niece and nephew. Page Six reported in April that they had recently broken up — meaning the baby was born during their relationship.

To add to the complicated situation, he married Melissa Cohen in a surprise wedding this May.

Sounds like a respectable guy.

Not to be outdone, President Donald Trump’s campaign team tweeted out their “congratulations” to the elder Biden:

Much like the president, the Trump campaign team keeps their troll skills sharp.

H/T: Louder with Crowder

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