President Biden’s first presidential trip to Northern Ireland with his son Hunter and sister Valerie has generated some controversy, but should we really care?
The trip aims to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement and promote peace in the region, but the presence of Hunter Biden on the trip has drawn scrutiny, given the ongoing criminal investigation into his business and tax dealings.
While it’s understandable to question the ethics of Hunter’s presence on the trip, it’s important to remember that President Biden has repeatedly denied any knowledge of his son’s business dealings. The ongoing investigations have not yet resulted in any charges against Hunter, and he deserves the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.
At the end of the day, the primary focus of the trip should be on promoting peace and celebrating the Good Friday Agreement’s 25th anniversary. Let’s not allow the controversy surrounding Hunter’s presence on the trip to distract from this important message.