Hunter Biden has his father in a world of potential trouble.
The more we find out about Hunter, the worse it gets.
Now Donald Trump is giving parental advice so your children don’t turnout like President Joe Biden’s oldest son.
Jimmy Carter had Billy and his beer.
Bill Clinton had his brother Roger – and his wife Hillary.
George W. Bush had a daughter who also liked to tip back a six pack, underage.
Barack Obama had his wife Michelle – who had never been proud of her country until it elected her husband as President.
And Joe Biden has Hunter.
Hunter Biden is notoriously known for his fondness of drugs, alcohol, and prostitutes.
The Trump children are a different story.
The corporate-controlled media tried their best to take down Don Jr., Ivanka, and Eric – but nothing has stuck and the Trump kids keep on succeeding.
Former President Donald Trump recently was a guest at the Economic Club of Washington D.C. for a public interview.
Though one of the most intriguing parts of the interview had nothing to do with the economy.
As you can see in the Rumble video above, the 45th President of the United States is asked about the secrets to his children’s success.
“It’s very complicated and I get that question so much,” Trump answered. “People see Ivanka and they see Don and Eric and they’re just doing so well. From the time they were two years old, old enough to think and old enough to speak, I would say, ‘listen, no drugs, no alcohol and no cigarettes.’”
The real-estate mogul and best-selling author of The Art of the Deal is famously a teetotaler.
He says he’s never been a drinker, never done drugs, and doesn’t smoke cigarettes – a lesson he prioritized passing on to the next generation of Trumps.
“They didn’t even know what it was at the time…and then they’d be 15 and I’d say, ‘no drugs, no alcohol, no cigarettes,’” Trump reiterated. “Because I’ve seen people . . . very substantial people . . . and they have children and they become alcoholics, they become drug addicts. I have friends, they smoke, they can’t stop, they can’t stop drinking.”
Trump then tells a story about a friend of his from his days at the Wharton School of Business through the Ivy League University of Pennsylvania.
He says his friend felt out of place because he hated the taste of scotch – so the friend actively tried to develop a taste for the alcoholic beverage.
“I saw him recently, and he’s a total alcoholic,” Trump said of his college classmate. “He developed a taste for scotch, all he had to do was stay away from it. That’s why I say, no drugs, no alcohol, no cigarettes.”
The former President says he’s witnessed those vices destroy the lives of people who could have been among America’s best and brightest.
“I’ve seen many, many people, who are very smart and very successful. They have children who are very, very smart, as smart as you can find,” Trump said. “Children who can go to Harvard, Yale, Wharton . . . but they’re addicted to drugs or alcohol . . . and I was always very strong on that, because you’re put at such a tremendous disadvantage as a child that you’re never going to make it.”
Trump concluded by saying if someone is a heavy drinker or addicted to drugs, things are just not going to work out for them.
Perhaps it’s a lesson Joe Biden should have passed on to Hunter.