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Hunter Biden's Memoir Goes Long On Addiction, Short On Corporate Work

Hunter Biden's Memoir Goes Long On Addiction, Short On Corporate Work

Update: 2021-04-053
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A new memoir details a harrowing struggle with addiction but mostly elides the past corporate and lobbying work that has raised political propriety questions. A federal investigation into Hunter Biden's taxes could still prove a headache for the president, though the younger Biden has denied wrongdoing and says he is cooperating fully with investigators.

LISTEN: Hunter Biden's interview with Morning Edition

This episode: congressional correspondent Susan Davis, White House correspondent Scott Detrow, and senior political editor and correspondent Ron Elving.

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Hunter Biden's Memoir Goes Long On Addiction, Short On Corporate Work

Hunter Biden's Memoir Goes Long On Addiction, Short On Corporate Work

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