The matter of the child he fathered with Lunden Roberts is one of Hunter Biden’s many controversial situations. In May of 2019, Roberts, who resides in Arkansas, filed a paternity suit against Hunter Biden.
The 4-year-old girl is not only Hunter Biden’s daughter, but also the granddaughter of former President Joe Biden. The Bidens have been extremely reticent about the infant, omitting her from their list of descendants. This omission has been repeatedly questioned by the press, but no explanation has been provided.
Despite his denials, a DNA test conducted in November 2019 confirmed that Hunter was the father of the infant, despite Lunden’s four-year legal battle with Hunter in Arkansas courts.
The Biden grandchildren were previously referred to as “six grandchildren,” but the White House has now acknowledged that Navy Joan Roberts is a family member.
In a statement to People magazine, President Biden has now addressed the matter:
“Both Hunter, our son, and Lunden, the mother of Navy, are striving to develop a relationship that puts their daughter’s best interests first,” declared the president.
The president stated, “Our son Hunter and Navy’s mother, Lunden, are working together to foster a relationship that is in the best interests of their daughter,”
“This is not a political issue, it’s a family matter,” President Biden’s statement continues. “Jill and I only want what is best for all of our grandchildren, including Navy.”
Reportedly, an unnamed source told People that the recently resolved child support dispute between Hunter and Lunden was the reason why the child was omitted from references to the Biden family.
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“You have to remember there were some fairly contentious legal proceedings between Navy’s parents happening until just a few weeks ago. As grandparents, the Bidens are following Hunter’s lead,” the source says, adding, “They are — and have been — giving Hunter and Lunden the space and time to figure things out.”
Speaking to People, the source gave as an excuse for the lack of reference to the child that the situation is a familial matter, not a political one. CONTINUE READING…