HUNTER Biden is alleged to have used the N-word several times in an old text exchange with his lawyer, who is a white man.
In the series of texts, which reportedly came from Hunter’s laptop, and were published by the Daily Mail on June 8, he throws around “racist” language.
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Did Hunter Biden use the ‘n’ word?
In the text exchange from December 2018, reportedly between Hunter and attorney George Mesires, Hunter uses the ‘n’ word in a number of different contexts.
In the series of texts, Hunter, 51, initially asks how much he owes the lawyer.
He then adds, “Because n***a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates.”
The lawyer replies: “That made me snarf my coffee.”
“I just made that phrase up, by the way,” Biden responded, adding, “I should have [h]ad your lineage.”
“Apparently you do,” answered the lawyer, before Biden wrote “That’s what I’m saying n****.”
The text exchange went on where Biden continued to use lewd language.
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What did Hunter Biden say to his lawyer?
Following on from the conversation about payment, Hunter proceeds to text his lawyer lighthearted messages.
He also sends some sort of image, to which the lawyer replies, “Why are you so tan?”
“I’m sorry for sexting you accidentally,” Hunter replied. “That was meant for another friend named Georgia.”
Mesires eventually interjected in the banter, writing that he felt it was annoying when the president’s son “interject[s] with frivolity.”
To this, Hunter answered, “True dat n****”.
As the conversation continues, the two begin to discuss unconditional love and where it can be found.
“God loves you unconditionally. Beau loves you unconditionally,” Mesires writes, referring to Hunter’s brother who passed away from cancer in 2015.
“Children are too young to understand what it means. But you will show them,” the lawyer continues.
Hunter then drops the N-word yet again in his reply.
“OMG n***a did you just [sic] a fictional character from the imagination of the collective frightened and my dead brothers unconditional love is what I should rely on and my kids aren’t children George,” he wrote.
The text conversation then shows Hunter go on to make several jokes about his penis.
How were the texts uncovered?
The contents of Hunter’s laptop have led to much scandal since a hard drive from the device was first handed over to the New York Post by Rudy Giuliani last year.
The laptop, which a Delaware shop owner claims Hunter abandoned after dropping it off to get fixed, led to much speculation about his business dealings with foreign governments and past drug use.
On Monday, emails from the laptop also revealed that Hunter had tried to leverage his position as the then-Vice President’s son to allegedly help a Romanian business tycoon avoid prison time for bribery allegations in 2016.
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What has Hunter Biden said?
Hunter is yet to say anything about the text messages and emails obtained from his abandoned laptop.
The Daily Mail also reported that on Hunter’s laptop, he had a meme of his father and Barack Obama saved that also used the racial slur.
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The meme shows a picture of Biden and Obama embracing with the caption, “Obama: Gonna miss you man. Joe: Can I say it? Just this once? Obama: *sigh* go ahead. Joe: You my n***a, Barack.”
The meme was saved in June of 2017, according to the outlet.
Emails allegedly obtained from Hunter‘s laptop earlier this week show that the president’s son reached out to former FBI Director Louis Freeh in an attempt to help out Gabriel Popoviciu, who was facing bribery charges in Romania.