White House closes question on why Biden refuses to publicly acknowledge his seventh grandchild amid Hunter’s child support lawsuit days after the president only mentioned six on the ‘day’ Bring a child to work »
- The White House refused to answer why Joe Biden wouldn’t recognize 4-year-old Navy Blue as part of his family
- It came a day after Hunter Biden, 53, appeared in court in the long-running legal row over child support
- He says he has to cut payments to a former stripper and the mother of their child
The White House on Tuesday brushed off questions about Hunter Biden’s affair with an ex-stripper, declining to say why the US president wouldn’t recognize his seventh grandchild.
DailyMail.com asked Joe Biden’s press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre why the commander-in-chief only mentioned his six grandchildren on ‘Bring a Kid to Work’ day last week .
“I’m not going to talk about it from here,” the senior presidential aide said.
Biden’s senior aide fumed when asked by the Daily Mail why the president won’t acknowledge his seventh grandchild who Hunter fathered with an ex-stripper
Roberts argues that Hunter Biden, the father of her four-year-old daughter Navy, has plenty of money to pay her child support
Unden Roberts, 32, is suing the president’s son in a back-to-back lawsuit in Arkansas for unpaid child support.
HuLnter appeared in court Monday where a judge ripped Hunter Biden for redacting many of his financial records.
“The drafting ability is somewhat abused,” fumed Judge Holly Meyer.
“I see a lot of stuff being filed, especially by Mr. Biden’s attorney, sealing stuff up, redacting stuff, that’s not confidential.”
She suggested the lawyers for the former first son’s pressure to subpoena a downtown Manhattan art gallery to find out how much he made selling his art.
They tried to find out how Hunter’s finances collapsed as he sold paintings for up to $500,000 apiece in his new guise as an abstract artist.
Lawyers Clint and Jennifer Lancaster, a husband-and-wife legal team for Roberts, also sought information on Biden’s shady business dealings overseas, as well as his travel records.
Roberts, a former stripper, won a $2.5 million settlement from Hunter after taking him to court in 2019.
She also forced the former Navy reservist, kicked out of the military in 2014 for testing positive for cocaine, to take a DNA test to prove he was the father of their daughter, Navy Joan, during a their adventure in 2017.
But the recovering drug addict abruptly reopened the case last September saying he had suffered “a significant substantial change” in his income and could not afford the payments.
Roberts refused to back down and raised the stakes by asking the court to formally rename his Navy daughter Joan Biden to “benefit from carrying the Biden surname,” a move Hunter called a “political war.”
Hunter Biden, 53, is pictured arriving at a courthouse in Batesville, Arkansas on Monday
A judge suggested on Monday that Robert’s attorney, Clint Lancaster, subpoena a downtown Manhattan art gallery to find out exactly how much Biden earned selling his art.
She also served Hunter with a sprawling discovery request covering everything from her business connections in Ukraine and China to the names of mysterious art lovers who paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for her beginner paintings.
Roberts got pregnant about five years ago while working at an upscale strip club in Washington.
The daughter was born in August 2018 and the first paternity suit was filed in May 2019.
It was the same month that Hunter Biden married his second wife, Melissa Cohen, with whom he now shares a young son, named Beau after his late brother who died in 2015 of brain cancer.
Unlike Navy, 4, Beau, 3, is often photographed in the White House with his dad and presidential grandfather, most recently at the annual Easter Egg Roll.