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Biden told his brother to stay out of shady business deals

During the campaign, Joe Biden told his younger brother Frank to watch out for business deals that might “hurt you.”

What he meant, of course, was deals that might “hurt me.”

The campaign was a little late to try to instill some ethics into the Biden Family Inc. His close relatives’ shenagins could bring him down.

It’s good the mainstream press is at least looking at this. But remember, the only thing you get out of Biden’s downfall is President Harris.

According to Politico:

In the midst of his campaign for president, Joe Biden took his younger brother, Frank, aside to issue a warning.

“For Christ’s sake, watch yourself,” Biden said of his brother’s potential business dealings, according to a person with knowledge of the conversation. “Don’t get sucked into something that would, first of all, hurt you.”

Biden, whose tone was both “jocular and serious,” according to the person, seemed to know then what is becoming plainly obvious now: His family’s business ties threatened to undermine an administration whose messaging is centered on restoring integrity in the White House.

Relatives’ money-making ventures, most prominently his son Hunter’s overseas dealings, have long dogged Biden. But it’s taking on a new dimension now that he’s in the White House.

Only a week into his presidency, Biden already has had to answer for matters related to his family. A law firm ad promoting Frank Biden’s relationship with the president caused a stir when it ran on Inauguration Day. A federal investigation into Biden’s son, Hunter, has invited scrutiny of just how strict a firewall he’ll keep between the White House and the Justice Department. And another of the president’s brothers, James, has previously come under fire for his business dealings.

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