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Hunter Biden’s ex-wife Kathleen Buhle reported to media sources that she has written a book that will be released in June, about the problems in her tumultuous 24-year marriage, which is expected to be a source of conflict for Democrat supporters of Joe Biden and comes 5 months before the highly important 2022 midterm elections in November.
Buhle told the media on Wednesday that she has exposed Hunter’s drug addiction and his affair with his brother’s wife which is expected to make public very embarrassing details about the first family- who opponents of the President call the “Biden Crime Family Syndicate”.
People in political circles, including most people in Washington DC, have known about Hunter Biden’s behavior and exploits for many years and looked the other way. This book will at least make some people more publically reserved about the Bidens.
The title of the book is “If We Break: A Memoir of Marriage, Addiction and Healing.”
“The book will discuss the ‘heavy toll’ drug addiction takes on relationships, as Hunter Biden, fueled by a coke and alcohol habit, spent the couple’s money on drugs, alcohol, strippers and prostitutes, and engaged in an affair with his dead brother Beau’s wife Hallie,” People reported.
Hunter’s behavior has been discussed in the media for years, with an obvious double standard of acceptance for his drug abuse and even suspicious business dealings with major foreign conflicts for the United States, because of his famous Dad who has been in the Washington DC establishment for close to 50 years.
It is unclear if the book is meant to give a soft touch of empathy to the Biden family for dealing with drug abuse or how it will be viewed by Biden supporters, who have excused this behavior for a very long time.
Most definitely people will feel sorry for Buhle and emotions will be triggered. She is a sympathetic character.
‘When my marriage ended, I felt like I’d lost my sense of who I was,’ Buhle told People. ‘Anyone who has seen addiction ruin a relationship, or been through infidelity and divorce, can tell you how devastating it feels.’
The Daily Mail reported further on the interview between Buhle and People magazine:
Through those ‘crushing experiences,’ she continued, ‘I needed to find a way to stand on my own.’
‘Writing this book has been incredibly healing for me,’ Buhle told the magazine. ‘And my hope is it will be meaningful to those who have been through addiction or divorce, and especially to women who have felt their entire identity was tied to their spouse.’
‘In the end, divorce allowed me to find my strength,’ she added.
The book, Buhle’s publisher told People, ‘tells her own story from her working class roots on the South Side of Chicago to losing her maiden name and a part of herself in becoming Kathleen Biden, to finding a renewed sense of identity, purpose, and joy after the devastating collapse of her marriage.’
Buhle and Biden finalized their divorce by April 2017.