A veteran of the Black Vietnam War was nominated for the Medal of Honor. He is still waiting 56 years later.
Interview with author Tracy Smith and Hunter Biden will be broadcast on “CBS Sunday Morning” on Sunday at 9 a.m. ET on CBS and CBSN. Co-host of “CBS This Morning” Anthony Mason sits down with Biden to play Monday at 7 a.m. ET on CBS and 8 a.m. ET on CBSN.
In an interview with Mason, Biden described the emotional intervention his family made at his father’s home in Wilmington during the 2020 presidential campaign. After a heated argument, Biden forcibly left the house, only to be fired and taken to the streets by the future president.
“I tried to get in my car, and my girls literally blocked the door of my car, saying,” Daddy, daddy, please, you can’t. No, no. “This was the hardest part of writing this book,” she recalls.
Then his father hugged him.
Hunter Biden said his father “grabbed me – kissed the bear, said – and just cried, saying – ‘I don’t know what to do. I don’t know what to do. Please'”
Mason asked what he was thinking when he heard his father’s plea.
“I thought: ‘I need to find a way to tell him that I’m going to do something, so that I can go get something.’ That’s the only thing I could think of. Really. That’s how powerful it is. I don’t know that it’s more powerful than the love of my family, “said Hunter Biden,” without addiction. “
Hunter Biden also discussed a report ahead of the 2020 election that said the laptop he had left at a Delaware repair shop revealed Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine. In an interview with “CBS Sunday Morning” she told Tracy Smith that she did not know if it was her laptop but that it would be so.
,” he answered questions about the Department of Justice’s investigation, whether the computer allegedly contained confidential information belonged to him, his war on drug abuse, his new notebook and more.
“It could have been a laptop outside that was stolen from me. It could have been hacked. It could have been – that Russian intelligence.”
Hunter Biden’s memorial, “Good Things” is published by Gallery Books, by Simon and Schuster, by the ViacomCBS division.