New York Times Admits To Changing Hunter Biden Quote

The New York Times admitted that it misquoted Hunter Biden this week regarding the First Son’s business dealings with his father, President Joe Biden. The reversal came after the newspaper was sharply criticized by conservatives for the inaccuracy.

The president’s son gave a press conference outside the U.S. Capitol after not appearing to testify before House investigators.

During the event, Hunter Biden appeared to deviate from his earlier statements about his father’s relationship to his business deals.

“Let me state as clearly as I can: My father was not financially involved in my business — not as a practicing lawyer, not as a board member of Burisma, not in my partnership with a Chinese private businessman, not in my investments at home nor abroad and certainly not as an artist,” he said.

Earlier, the younger Biden stated that his father was not involved in his businesses at all. The president has made similar statements.

The New York Times, however, removed the crucial word “financially” from the statement.

The decision received significant criticism, leading to the reversal.

In addition to the president’s son, Biden’s brother James has also been involved in a number of foreign business deals, including with a Chinese company. The Biden family has received millions in payments from a number of foreign sources.

In a separate interview this week, the president’s son said that Republicans in Congress were trying to cause his death.

During a podcast with the musician Moby, Huner Biden said that the current investigations into his family’s business dealings were “not about me. In their most base way, what they’re trying to do is they’re trying to kill me, knowing that it will be a pain greater than my father could be able to handle.”

“These people are just sad, very, very sick people, that have most likely just faced traumas in their lives that they have decided they’re going to turn into an evil that they decided they’re going to inflict on the rest of the world,” the younger Biden said.