Who Is Hunter Biden, Joe Biden’s Youngest Son?

Robert Hunter Biden, who goes by his middle name Hunter, is the second son of 2020 presidential hopeful Joe Biden. Of the two sons, Hunter has had the more varied life and career. He’s always been a strong supporter of his father, but has also pursued his own career as a lobbyist, business owner, and international board member. That last role might be the aspect you’re most familiar with: President Trump requested information from the Ukrainian government about Hunter’s business dealing in the Ukraine (Hunter has denied any wrongdoing), and it resulted in an impeachment inquiry against Trump. Hunter, who is in recovery and has spoken openly about a long history of addiction, has pursued a different path of late, and Joe has remained staunchly in support of his younger son.

Hunter has had his fair share of tragedy. When he was just two, his mom Neilia and his younger sister Naomi were killed in a car accident, and he was left critically injured, along with his older brother Beau. Beau suffered several broken bones and Hunter had a “severe” head injury. His father, seen below with Beau in bed, was sworn in at the hospital and traveled to Delaware from Washington, D.C., every day to be with them.

Joe Biden

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Joe’s nickname “Amtrak Joe” resulted from the many, many train trips he took back and forth—every day for 36 years—to come home every night. Hunter is also a frequent commuter, and was nominated by President George W. Bush to a five-year-term on the Amtrak board.

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