White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain said that he learned “everything” about being a “good father” from President Biden.
Klain made the comments during a transition event with incoming White House Chief of Staff Jeff Zients and Biden on Wednesday evening.
“As the president mentioned, I joined Joe Biden’s Senate staff 36 years ago. And over those 36 years, I’ve picked up three kids, got engaged, paid for six college advanced degrees. And so I just want to say this one thing,” Klain said. “Today, I learned everything I know about how to be a good father from Joe Biden. He is the best father I know, the best role model.”
Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, has been under federal investigation since 2018 for possible violations relating to tax and foreign lobbying, false statements, and more.
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Hunter Biden also has a daughter with Lunden Roberts, a former exotic dancer.
While Hunter initially denied meeting Robterts, he was ordered to pay child support in 2020 following a DNA test proving that he is the father of her child.
Roberts claims that Hunter Biden and the president haven’t met the child.
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White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain announced earlier in January that he’s stepping down and former healthcare executive Jeff Zients was announced as his replacement.
“When I ran for office, I promised to make government work for the American people. That’s what Jeff does. A big task ahead is now implementing the laws we’ve gotten passed efficiently and fairly,” Biden said in an announcement on Jan. 27.
Source: Fox News