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The One Question From Reporters That Joe Biden Shamefully Ignored

Biden tells reporters he's 'going to bed' | via Fox News

When asked whether or not he was worried about the potential indictment of his son, Hunter, President Joe Biden simply walked off and ignored the question.

The question came after Biden’s press conference in Vietnam, which was eventually cut-off with Jazz music playing in the background.

The music was cut off, however, when a reporter asked an additional question to the President, who gave an answer and turned to leave.

Just as he was leaving the podium, a different reporter asked, “Mr. President — are you worried about your son being indicted? Mr. President?”

As he regularly does when probed about Hunter, President Biden simply ignored the question and left the stage.

Unsurprisingly, the press conference video released by the White House did not include the question, but instead cut off when Jean-Pierre had started the music to wrap things up.

It’s quickly become habit for Biden to dismiss questions about his son when asked.

Earlier in September, one reporter asked about Biden’s involvement in his son’s business dealings. Biden merely laughed it off and said, “Let’s talk about why I’m here.”

He successfully dodged the question — which was then repeated by the reporter — but instead proceeded to answer a question on the G-20 summit.

The question may soon, however, become extremely difficult for Biden to ignore.

Just last week, David Weiss announced plans to indict Hunter Biden by the end of the month.

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