First son Hunter Biden said he is considering penning a sequel to his memoir “Beautiful Things” despite collecting dust on bookstore shelves since its release and selling fewer than 11,000 copies in the first week after release, even after a whirlwind tour.
The sequel, Biden explained, will focus on his relationship with wife Melissa Cohen, a South African filmmaker he met in 201
“This is where the book ends, but the one thing I really feel almost an obligation to talk about or write about in the future is where the real hard work begins,” the Biden Mad World podcast said. “I was especially lucky.”
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“You had to have someone there who was willing to make sure 24/7 that you would not give in to these calls,” he added of Cohen. “It was a full-time job, and I’m always grateful she was willing to do the hard work.”
When “Beautiful Things” landed in bookstores on April 6, it debuted at No. 12 on Publisher’s Weekly hardcover list and No. 4 on The New York Times’ “Combined Print and E-Book Nonfiction.” According to reports, he also received an advance of $ 2 million for the book, and yet it sold only 10,600 copies in the first seven days.
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The city’s scandals seemed to begin in 2019 when his father started running as president. Reports revealed that Biden sat on the board of the corrupt Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings, and some suggested that then-Vice President Biden intervened to fire a top researcher, which he denied. When former President Trump asked Ukrainian President Zelensky during a phone call to investigate the potentially corrupt move, it became the catalyst for the prosecution against the former president. Trump was eventually acquitted by the Senate due to abuse of power and obstruction of congressional charges.
Last year, the New York Post published a series of reports about a laptop left in a computer store in Delaware that allegedly belonged to Biden and revealed more about his relationship with Ukraine and how much his father knew about it. The reports came at the height of his father’s presidential campaign. Biden said he did not know for sure whether the laptop belonged to him or not because his drug addiction had affected his memory.
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“Obviously, of course,” he told CBS News. “That, what could be a laptop out there that was stolen from me. It could be that I was hacked. It could be that it was that – that it was Russian intelligence. It could be that it was stolen from me. “
Twitter banned the New York Post from sending from its main account for some time after the Biden portability report, claiming that it violated their policy of hacked material, even though there was no evidence that the published emails from Hunter’s laptop were hacked . The platform lifted the suspension against the socket after a week-long distance and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey would later admit in a congressional hearing that their decision to block Posten’s account was handled poorly.