Hunter Biden Urges His Father to Persist in Presidential Race Amid Emergency Family Gathering at Camp David

According to a recent report by The New York Times, the family of Joe Biden, particularly his son Hunter Biden, is urging him to continue his presidential campaign. Despite facing pressure to withdraw from the race, Hunter has emerged as the most vocal supporter of his father’s continued candidacy.

Earlier this week, NBC News reported that following last Thursday’s debate, Joe Biden was left feeling humiliated and lacking confidence. This sparked speculation about the future of his campaign.

In response to these developments, it was revealed that a discussion about the next steps for his campaign would take place at Camp David on Sunday. This meeting was planned amid growing calls for Biden to step down from the 2024 race.

The former Vice President made headlines when he appeared sluggish during his arrival in New Jersey for a fundraiser event. His wife Jill had to assist him as he shuffled across the tarmac in New York’s Hamptons area.

Following this incident, Biden and his family headed to Camp David in Maryland. While this trip was already on Biden’s public schedule, NBC News indicated that it would also serve as an opportunity for him to discuss his campaign with family members.

The New York Times further reported on Sunday evening that Hunter Biden remains a steadfast advocate for his father’s continued participation in the race. He wishes for Americans to see his father as he does – resilient and knowledgeable – rather than as an aging president struggling with public appearances.

‘One of the strongest voices imploring Mr. Biden to resist pressure to drop out was his son Hunter Biden, whom the president has long leaned on for advice,’ the New York Times reported.

However, this report was met with criticism from Scott Jennings, a CNN pundit and former adviser to George W. Bush. He expressed his disapproval of Hunter and Joe Biden following The New York Times’ report on Sunday night.

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