President Biden’s first presidential trip to Northern Ireland with his son Hunter and sister Valerie has generated some controversy, given the ongoing criminal investigation into Hunter’s business and tax dealings. However, the trip aims to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement and promote peace in the region.
Biden will meet with UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and give a speech at Ulster University before heading to Dublin to meet with Irish President Michael Higgins.
Despite security concerns raised ahead of the trip, including a bomb plot by the “New IRA,” Biden plans to meet with distant relatives during his visit.
While the presence of Hunter Biden on the trip is sure to draw attention, President Biden has maintained that he had no knowledge of his son’s business dealings. The ongoing investigations have not yet resulted in any charges against Hunter.
President Biden visited Northern Ireland with his son Hunter and sister Valerie to celebrate the Good Friday Agreement’s 25th anniversary and promote peace in the region.
Security concerns were raised ahead of the trip, but Biden plans to meet with distant relatives during his visit.
The ongoing criminal investigation into Hunter Biden’s business and tax dealings is sure to generate attention, but President Biden has repeatedly denied any knowledge of his son’s dealings.