In a Saturday New York Times article, the mother of Hunter Biden’s fourth child, from whom he is estranged, spoke candidly about her interactions with the president’s son.
According to The New York Times, Lunden Roberts, who has a daughter with Hunter Biden and formerly served as his assistant, has spoken out about her experiences with him since the birth of their daughter in 2018. She mentions specifically the president’s and his son’s efforts to distance themselves from the child. Thursday, Hunter Biden and Roberts reached a child support agreement in court.
“We worked it out amongst ourselves,” Roberts told the New York Times. As part of the settlement, Hunter Biden will give his daughter some of his paintings, which have been offered for as much as $500,000, at her discretion.
“I hope one day when you look back you find yourself proud of who you are, where you come from, and most importantly, who raised you,” Roberts captioned an Instagram post in a presumed jab at Hunter Biden.
“I read things about myself that I have no clue about,” she told the NYT, saying the only thing that bothers her is accusations of being a bad mother. “People can call me whatever they want, but they can’t call me that.”
According to the New York Times, by the time the child was born in 2018, Roberts stated that Biden had ceased responding to her text messages and had subsequently deleted her and the child from his health insurance. Then, in 2019, a lawsuit was used to obtain DNA testing to prove that Hunter Biden is the biological father.
According to the New York Times, Hunter Biden refused the request, and it was dropped as part of the settlement. The initial child support claim requested that the infant’s last name be changed to Biden.
“She’s very proud of who her grandfather is and who her dad is,” Roberts said, according to the NYT. “That is something that I would never allow her to think otherwise.”
Biden has never claimed Roberts’ daughter to be his descendant. According to the New York Times, during strategy sessions, the president’s advisers learned that the Bidens have six rather than seven grandchildren.
“And then, the best part of it all, I have six grandchildren,” the president said in April at a Take Your Child to Work Day event. “And I’m crazy about them. And I speak to them every single day. Not a joke.” CONTINUE READING…