President Joe Biden and his son Hunter went shopping the day after Thanksgiving together, despite ongoing criticisms that the two have engaged in suspicious business deals with Chinese officials, a Ukrainian firm, and others.
The elder Biden, 80, and Hunter, 52, spent Friday on Nantucket, an island off of mainland Massachusetts, where they visited several shops. According to the New York Post, the president later had lunch without his son at Brotherhood of Thieves, a bar and grill located on Broad St.
First lady Jill Biden, their daughter Ashley Biden, Hunter Biden’s wife Melissa Cohen and Biden’s grandson Beau joined along. The family later visited Craftmasters of Nantucket and a Christmas tree lighting festival that same evening.
The casual outing likely does little to assuage Republicans who claim the two have conspired in pay-to-play business dealings that allegedly traded access to the White House in exchange for enormous personal wealth to the Biden family.
HOUSE REPUBLICANS ALLEGE BIDEN DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN BUSINESS DEALINGS WITH SON HUNTER BIDEN
The Bidens have denied any wrongdoing and the president has gone as far as to deny coordinating business deals with his son.
The FBI is already investigating Hunter…