(FixThisNation.com) – At a recent media conference, the White House spokesperson, Karine Jean-Pierre, avoided a question about a reported seventh grandchild of President Biden. The said child is Navy Joan Roberts, the young daughter of Hunter Biden, who the President hasn’t officially recognized.
During this standard media interaction, Jean-Pierre faced a query about a feature in the New York Times from the previous Saturday, which focused on the 4-year-old Roberts. A journalist asked whether President Biden accepted her as part of his family, given that they haven’t met.
In response to the question – “In the light of the recent coverage of Hunter Biden’s young daughter in Arkansas by the New York Times, does the President accept her as his granddaughter?” – Jean-Pierre offered a brief reply, “There’s nothing more I can add at this point,” thus sticking to the White House’s consistent policy of not engaging in conversations about Roberts.
The Times’ story pointed out that Biden’s assistants have been directed to affirm that the President has six grandchildren, consciously leaving Roberts out of the count.
On multiple occasions, such as a White House event named “bring your child to work day” in April, President Biden has referred to his six grandchildren, leaving Roberts unacknowledged.
He commented during the event, “I am the grandfather to six wonderful children, who I adore. We communicate every day. It’s the absolute truth.”
In recent news, Hunter Biden has resolved his child support issues with Lunden Alexis Roberts, the mother of his daughter, thus bringing a lengthy paternity row to a close. As per a court document filed on a recent Thursday, Hunter agreed to gift his daughter some of his artworks. In return, the child’s mother relinquished her demand to change their daughter’s surname to “Biden.”
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