Page 5 of 6 FirstFirst 123456 LastLast
Results 61 to 75 of 85
Like Tree252Likes

Thread: Beau Biden’s widow having affair with his married brother

  1. #61
    Silver Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2006
    Location
    uk
    Posts
    414

    Default

    least theres no issue with her changing her name if they ever marry
    maryk and BITTER like this.

  2. #62
    Elite Member MsDark's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2005
    Location
    Northwest MS/Memphis TN
    Posts
    29,983

    Default

    Clearly the widow was married to the superior Biden. This guy sounds a hot mess. If he's shitty with money, it's no wonder he's happy to walk away from the debt and problems with his wife and step into his brother's void. I get more of the feeling she's the one being taken advantage of, if that's the case here.
    My Posts Have Won Awards. Can Any Of You Claim The Same? -ur_next_ex

    "I don't have pet peeves. I have major psychotic fucking hatreds, okay". ~George Carlin

  3. #63
    Gold Member Merlot-N-Bali's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2006
    Location
    Florida
    Posts
    772

    Default

    I'm a widow and I've belonged to various widow support groups online, and bereaved spouses hooking up with family members or close friends of the deceased is not all that uncommon. Something to do with becoming close through shared grief. It's not for me (my late husband's brothers and friends are all like brothers to me too, I could never go there) but I would never judge anyone who does so. To each their own, and all that.

    That said, I do worry for Hallie because this Hunter guy sounds like a real piece of work. We don't often make the best decisions while we are in the fog of grief. Not judging her at all, I just hope she's thought this through.
    Trixie, tulip, SHELLEE and 5 others like this.
    "You should've never trusted Hollywood..."

  4. #64
    Bronze Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2015
    Posts
    100

    Default

    I promise not to hook up with any of my dead husband's married friends.

  5. #65
    Elite Member Novice's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Location
    Beyond Caring, then hang a left.
    Posts
    44,590

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    Hunter sounds like a real winner. The widow Biden is probably entering this relationship from a place of unimaginable grief and trying to hold on to her dead husband. This way she's able to sort of maintain that relationship, weird as it sounds. She's still very much a part of the "Biden" family.

    Of course, Joe and Jill are publicly 100% supportive of this relationship. What else are they going to be? They don't want to lose their other son and all of their grandchildren.
    The article posted here, sounds like he targeted her for her $$$$

    "Throughout the parties’ separation Mr. Biden has created financial concerns for the family by spending extravagantly on his own interests (including drugs, alcohol, prostitutes, strip clubs, and gifts for women with whom he has sexual relations), while leaving the family with no funds to pay legitimate bills,” Kathleen says of Hunter in the filing."

  6. #66
    Elite Member Novice's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Location
    Beyond Caring, then hang a left.
    Posts
    44,590

    Default

    Wonder if he’s blown through her ca$h???



    Hunter Biden splits from brother Beau’s widow Hallie

    By Sara Nathan and Nikki Schwab

    April 30, 2019 | 8:24pm


    Hunter Biden and Hallie BidenGetty Images; SplashNews


    Hunter Biden has split from Hallie Biden — the widow of his late brother, Beau — Page Six has exclusively learned. The breakup comes two years after we first reported that the former in-laws were dating in 2017.
    The son of presidential candidate Joe Biden, Hunter found love with Hallie following Beau’s tragic death from brain cancer at age 46 in 2015. However, it is believed they have now broken up. When contacted, Hallie told us, “No comment.” A source close to the family said it’s a private matter. It’s unclear why the pair parted ways, but sources further told us that the situation is “amicable.”
    The news comes on the heels of Hunter telling Vanity Fair that rumors about his personal life would not affect his dad’s 2020 run for the Oval Office. In January, he said in a statement: “My father has always been proud of me — whether when I was volunteering for the Jesuits, or working as a lawyer . . . And he remains proud of me today. He loves me. And he loves the American people far too much to let any form of adversity stand in the way of service.”

    Former veep Joe cited the death of his elder son as one of the reasons he decided against running for president in 2016. He, along with wife Jill, told us in 2017 regarding Hunter and Hallie: “We are all lucky that Hunter and Hallie found each other as they were putting their lives together again after such sadness. They have mine and Jill’s full and complete support and we are happy for them.”
    Hunter’s divorce from wife Kathleen was finalized in April 2017. She broke down outside court, marking the end of their tumultuous split. The couple had been living separately since October 2015, after 22 years of marriage.
    Hunter continued to VF: “The important aspect of my complicated divorce (like all divorces) and an equally complicated life, marked by the tragic loss of my mother, sister and brother, is this: My father has been a constant source of love and strength in my life.”

    Another source familiar with the situation confirmed that Hunter and Hallie are no longer an item. Meanwhile, the source said Kathleen Biden is “thriving and looking better than ever and back on the dating scene.”
    Reps didn’t get back to us.

    https://pagesix.com/2019/04/30/hunter-biden-splits-from-brother-beaus-widow-hallie/


  7. #67
    Elite Member Novice's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Location
    Beyond Caring, then hang a left.
    Posts
    44,590

    Default

    The VF article linked to above:-


    IF THIS WERE VEGAS, BIDEN IS THE ULTIMATE SELL-HIGH”: THE FORMER V.P. IS THE NOMINAL FRONT-RUNNER—WITH DOWNSIDES INCLUDING A FAMILY DIVORCE DRAMA

    If he runs, he’ll get raked for his neoliberal positions, his Anita Hill cross, and his controversial voting record. But is he hesitating because he doesn’t want to reopen old wounds involving his son Hunter?
    BY



    JANUARY 18, 2019 1:11 PM






    By Nathan Congleton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank/Getty Images.

    The president he served was nicknamed “No-Drama Obama.” Joe Biden’s life, on the other hand, has been pretty much all drama for 76 years. His father went from sailing yachts to selling used cars; the scuffling Bidens moved in with hard-drinking relatives. In 1972, just over a month after Biden was elected to the U.S. Senate, his wife and one-year-old daughter were killed in a car crash; his two sons, Beau and Hunter, survived with critical injuries. A plagiarism scandal ended Biden’s 1988 presidential run; two brain aneurysms nearly ended his life. Then there was the 2012 TV interview in which Vice President Biden bluntly endorsed legalizing gay marriage, infuriating the White House and spurring his boss, Obama, to shift positions. So it is weirdly fitting that Biden’s decision about running in 2020 may include whether he’s willing to chance reviving attention to a painful family drama.
    BECOME A V.F. INSIDERJoin Now



    Biden has stayed largely silent as Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Julián Castro, Kirsten Gillibrand, Sherrod Brown, and Tulsi Gabbard have made early moves. That’s one luxury of being the front-runner in early polls—though Biden’s lead is likely a mirage of name I.D. “If this were Vegas, Biden is the ultimate sell-high,” a veteran Democratic campaign strategist says. “We saw this happen with Hillary, when she had 60 or 70 percent approval post-State Department, before she got into the race.”
    Biden, who is scheduled to speak at the Rev. Al Sharpton’s Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast in Washington on Monday, does have real strengths: deep, substantive experience in both domestic and foreign affairs. “He’s a highly, highly competent guy,” David Axelrod, Obama’s former political strategist, says. “Joe Biden was an enormous asset to Barack Obama in a way that maybe no other vice president has been—as a counselor, and as a guy who took on some really tough and gritty assignments. He administered the Recovery Act on behalf of the president, giving out $887 billion in a short period of time. The opportunity for rampant mismanagement and waste was enormous. But there was really very little of that, and that was a tribute to him. When it looked problematical as to whether a government could be formed in Iraq, Biden was the guy who got assigned the task of working with the Iraqi factions, and he made it happen.”
    Watch Now:

    How a Television Show Gets Made






    The flip side of Biden’s lengthy political record is that he has a very lengthy record. His harsh questioning of Anita Hill, as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee during the Clarence Thomas hearings, looks even worse now, in the #MeToo era and in the wake of the battle over Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation. Biden has high favorability ratings with black voters, but primary rivals would highlight his strong support for President Bill Clinton’s crime bill. “Uncle Joe loves his relationships with the cops, and so he’s not going to go around talking about our justice system being inherently racist, which is the way you need to speak right now in a Democratic primary,” a national Democratic strategist says. “And if Biden runs, the Bernie [Sanders] people would be like, ‘Are you fucking kidding me with this centrism, neoliberal bullshit?’” Biden’s age—Election Day 2020 falls just over two weeks before his 78th birthday—cuts against the party’s midterm trend toward younger candidates. “He would have to confront that issue right away,” a top Democratic strategist says. “Iowa is one of the oldest states in the country. A lot of people at these caucuses will be Biden’s age peers, who can’t imagine themselves running for president at this stage of their lives. And leaving out the special case of Lyndon Johnson, every successful recent Democratic presidential candidate was a younger outsider—Kennedy, Carter, Clinton, Obama.”
    Jay Carney, the ex-journalist who worked as a White House spokesman for Biden, declares upfront, “I love him.” Carney says that the former vice president is sure to be taking in polling numbers and sifting the advice of his small circle of longtime political aides. “But I don’t think his decision is about, ‘What are the odds of me winning?’” Carney says. “It’s more fundamental: ‘do I have something to offer? And is my family up for it?’”
    That second question is even more vexing for Biden than it is for most pols. His high-profile older son, Beau, died of brain cancer at the age of 46, in May 2015. Later it emerged that his younger son, Hunter—married with three children—had become involved in an affair with Beau’s widow, Hallie. In divorce papers, Hunter’s wife claimed that he had blown money on prostitutes, strip clubs, and drugs; the split was settled without the allegations being litigated. In 2017, Biden issued a statement to the New York Post’s Page Six saying, “We are all lucky that Hunter and Hallie found each other as they were putting their lives together again after such sadness. They have [our] full and complete support and we are happy for them.”
    Biden must now weigh whether a presidential run would disturb the hard-won family equilibrium. Two strategists for possible Democratic presidential contenders volunteered to me that Hunter would inevitably become part of the public discussion if Biden were to join the 2020 race. Hunter seems to have a gift for dubious associations. He was on the board of one of Ukraine’s largest gas companies, which was owned by an oligarch with connections to Viktor Yanukovych, the Russia-backed Ukrainian president who was one of Paul Manafort’sprime clients. “You know how some people are both fuck-ups and earnest at the same time? That’s how Hunter is. He’s not a bad guy at all,” a former colleague of Hunter’s says. “Even as Hunter was a pain in the ass, Joe was supportive of him—he was a real dad. I don’t think he’s embarrassed by Hunter. But whether the family is willing to have all that revisited is tricky.”
    Three years ago, Biden came close to mounting a primary challenge to Clinton, but chose instead to help his family heal from the fresh tragedy of Beau’s death. “In 2016, the decision was as much about keeping the family together and taking care of the grandkids and making sure that everybody was O.K.,” a Biden insider says. “Family responsibility simply outweighed whatever political calculus he may have been entertaining. I know that those personal considerations are in play this time, but obviously it’s different circumstances.” If Biden runs he’ll be calculating that Democratic primary voters, focused on picking the nominee with the best chance to defeat President Donald Trump, will consider his family’s travails irrelevant or sympathetic.
    Hunter Biden responded to a request for comment with a long, self-reflective statement about his personal relationship with his father. “The important aspect of my complicated divorce (like all divorces) and an equally complicated life, marked by the tragic loss of my mother, sister and brother is this: My father has been a constant source of love and strength in my life,” he writes. “Even though my life has been played out in the media, because I am a Biden, my father never once suggested that the family’s public profile should be my priority. The priority has always been clear for my dad, as it is, now, for me: Never run from a struggle. Love people and find a way to love yourself. And remember that the two things are very much connected . . . So, you ask me, whether my father might not run for President because of reports about me in the news. What you fail to realize, in asking such a question, is that my father has always been proud of me—whether when I was volunteering for the Jesuits, or working as a lawyer. And he remains proud of me today. He loves me. And he loves the American people far too much to let any form of adversity stand in the way of service.”
    “As the V.P. has said publicly, he’ll make a decision in the coming weeks,” a Biden spokesman says, “and that decision will be a family one.”
    Hunter Biden’s full written statement is below.
    Chris:
    The important aspect of my complicated divorce (like all divorces) and an equally complicated life, marked by the tragic loss of my mother, sister and brother is this: My father has been a constant source of love and strength in my life. Even though my life has been played out in the media, because I am a Biden, my father never once suggested that the family’s public profile should be my priority. The priority has always been clear for my dad, as it is, now, for me: Never run from a struggle. Love people and find a way to love yourself. And remember that the two things are very much connected.
    I believe that my father has become an ongoing symbol of what it means to keep on fighting for what is good in oneself, in others and in our country. I can tell you that I wouldn’t be alive today, if my dad hadn’t kept fighting for me, too. So the idea that tragedy or tough times or any number of trials would dissuade a Biden from serving his fellow man—whether a friend or a fellow citizen—could not be more misguided. My dad has proven, again and again, that he is (as Teddy Roosevelt once said of himself) “as strong as a bull moose” and that America “can use [him] to the limit.”
    Pain is one of the unavoidable facts of life. We Bidens have had our share. We don’t pretend, otherwise. And we don’t pretend that we are different from families all over America that have to face the loss of loved ones, or have to deal with the fallout of divorces. My dad always told me, “Always remember no man is better than you, and you are no better than anyone else. Always be kind to people in pain.”
    Our journey as a family—yes, including my own difficulties with my marriage—have made us unbreakable. It isn’t, of course, that we don’t suffer. We do. The point is that we don’t give up, no matter how much we suffer.
    So, you ask me, whether my father might not run for President because of reports about me in the news. What you fail to realize, in asking such a question, is that my father has always been proud of me—whether when I was volunteering for the Jesuits, or working as a lawyer. And he remains proud of me today. He loves me. And he loves the American people far too much to let any form of adversity stand in the way of service.
    Robert Hunter Biden
    January 18, 2019







  8. #68
    Elite Member MohandasKGanja's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Location
    Wherever my kids are
    Posts
    31,097

    Default

    Not too worry! Biden will be running against a guy who has 5 grandchildren by the former gf of a Latin Kings gang member, and who dumped his son because he cheated on her with a contestant on the game show his Dad hosted.

  9. #69
    Gold Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    Posts
    817

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    Not too worry! Biden will be running against a guy who has 5 grandchildren by the former gf of a Latin Kings gang member, and who dumped his son because he cheated on her with a contestant on the game show his Dad hosted.
    Honestly, this could describe a number of people.
    MontanaMama likes this.

  10. #70
    fgg
    fgg is online now
    Elite Member fgg's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Posts
    32,901

    Default

    Hunter Biden secretly marries South African beauty Melissa Cohen

    Hunter Biden is a married man — again.

    The second son of 2020 presidential hopeful Joe Biden recently got hitched in a secret ceremony to Melissa Cohen, a South Africa-born divorcée who now lives in Los Angeles, according to sources.

    Cohen is originally from Johannesburg, where her parents, Lee and Zoe, still live.

    “She seems very happy. I’ve only spoken to Hunter briefly,” her dad told The Post. “She’s a very special girl. She has lots of poise and she’s very present.”

    Lee said he hopes to meet Hunter soon.

    News of Hunter’s nuptials comes after his April split from Hallie Biden — his late brother Beau’s widow — reported exclusively by Page Six.

    Hunter, 49, was previously married to Kathleen Buhle Biden. Their divorce was finalized in 2017.

    A rep for Joe’s campaign didn’t immediately comment.

    https://pagesix.com/2019/06/12/hunte...melissa-cohen/
    can't post pics because my computer's broken and i'm stupid

  11. #71
    Elite Member louiswinthorpe111's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2005
    Location
    Middle America
    Posts
    13,596

    Default

    Well that was fast.
    RELIGION: Treat it like it's your genitalia. Don't show it off in public, and don't shove it down your children's throats.

  12. #72
    Elite Member sputnik's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2005
    Location
    fellow traveller
    Posts
    55,757

    Default

    hunter's messy, isn't he?
    I'm open to everything. When you start to criticise the times you live in, your time is over. - Karl Lagerfeld

  13. #73
    Elite Member greysfang's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Location
    Burning Down Your Windmill
    Posts
    55,387

    Default

    Well at least the kids won’t have to call him uncle daddy.
    FUCK YOU AND GIVE ME MY GODDAMN VENTI TWO PUMP LIGHT WHIP MOCHA YOU COCKSUCKING WHORE BEFORE I PUNCH YOU IN THE MOUTH. I just get unpleasant in my car. - Deej

    http://www.gossiprocks.com/forum/signaturepics/sigpic4098_9.gif Healthy is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.

  14. #74
    Elite Member MsDark's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2005
    Location
    Northwest MS/Memphis TN
    Posts
    29,983

    Default

    No one's messier than 45 himself and that whole trashy brood.

    This Hunter Biden asshole is small time POS by comparison.
    My Posts Have Won Awards. Can Any Of You Claim The Same? -ur_next_ex

    "I don't have pet peeves. I have major psychotic fucking hatreds, okay". ~George Carlin

  15. #75
    Bronze Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Posts
    151

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by MsDark View Post
    No one's messier than 45 himself and that whole trashy brood.

    This Hunter Biden asshole is small time POS by comparison.
    Yes i completely agree with this.
    It's looking like Biden is going to be our best hope of getting the orange idiot out of office. (I personally think he's too old, but if he ends up the nominee of course i'll support him.) So while his father is currently running for President, and it's so crucial that we defeat Trump, was this REALLY the best time for this buffoon to go marry a young chick that he JUST MET? I read that he only met her for the first time "in May", and we're not even halfway through June. And he only just split from his brother's widow (wow that just sounds so wrong) in April! So messy.
    ShimmeringGlow likes this.

Page 5 of 6 FirstFirst 123456 LastLast

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Similar Threads

  1. Beau Biden passes away at 46
    By DAP in forum Latest Gossip
    Replies: 16
    Last Post: June 3rd, 2015, 01:02 AM
  2. Replies: 1
    Last Post: May 30th, 2015, 09:36 PM
  3. Replies: 30
    Last Post: May 30th, 2014, 04:20 AM
  4. LA Times: Joe Biden's son, brother invested with firm that lobbied him
    By tkdgirl in forum U.S. Politics and Issues
    Replies: 13
    Last Post: September 1st, 2008, 11:24 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •