Biden Christmas Message Coming From ‘Entire Family, Even The Dogs’ Excludes Embattled Hunter


Virginia Kruta Associate Editor
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Former Vice President Joe Biden made a point to include even the family dogs in his public Christmas message — but noticeably absent was his embattled son Hunter.

Biden began by tweeting a family photo that did not include Hunter, along with the caption, “May your time with loved ones be full of peace, laughter, and joy. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. With love, from my family to yours.”

Hunter’s absence was noticed immediately:

Biden followed up with a video of two additional family members — Champ and Major — but still made no mention of Hunter. “When we say Merry Christmas from the entire Biden family, that means even the dogs,” he tweeted. (RELATED: Graham Makes His Move — Requests Documents On Ukraine, Joe And Hunter Biden)

Former Stormy Daniels attorney Michael Avenatti cheered Biden on, suggesting that his love of dogs made him more qualified for the White House than President Donald Trump.

Biden has actively avoided talking about Hunter on the campaign trail, occasionally getting into testy exchanges with reporters and even town hall attendees who ask about him.