Hunter Biden’s problems are legitimately his dad’s problems too

Hunter Biden leaving the J. Caleb Boggs Federal Building and United States Courthouse in Wilmington, Delaware, on July 26. — AFP

THERE is much that seems unfair in US President Joe Biden’s chronically anaemic poll ratings. Like his low marks for economic stewardship despite presiding over a robust recovery from the pandemic.

The fact that significantly more Americans fret about his mental acuity than that of the unhinged Donald Trump. That by an even wider margin, voters worry more about the octogenarian president’s age than about Trump’s, although the former president is just three years younger and plainly less fit (97.5kg he is not).

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