Hunter Biden, Son of Vice President, Tests Positive for Cocaine Use

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Hunter Biden, son of Vice President Joseph Biden has been discharged from his military service in the Navy Reserves after testing positive for cocaine. The discharge took place earlier in this year and information was recently released.

 

Biden said "with love and support of my family I move on" and "I deeply regret and am embarrassed that my actions led to my administrative discharge from the Navy."  

According to published media report Biden, 44, joined the Navy at the rank of ensign in 2013, in June of 2013, he tested positive for Cocaine.

Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden, brother of Hunter, also served in the states National Guard and completed a tour of duty in Iraq.

Hunter Biden is now Managing Director at Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners.

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