Hunter Biden will talk at Tulane University about ‘fake news.’
Hunter Biden landed a speaking engagement at Tulane University to discuss “fake news” with students enrolled in a course titled “Media Polarization and Public Policy Impacts.”
According to Fox News, President Biden’s 51-year-old son will join the class to address “the current state of the political environment in the United States and how media fragmentation, fake news, and the economics of the modern business affect public policymaking in Washington, DC.”
Biden is one of ten guest speakers invited by the university in New Orleans for the 10-week course.
Dr. Deborah Birx, Bret Stephens, a writer for the New York Times, and Juan Williams, a political analyst for Fox News, are also scheduled to speak.
Hunter Biden, who The Post exclusively revealed helped organize a 2015 meeting between his then-vice president father and the executive boss of a Ukrainian energy company — whom the elder Biden later aided in shielding from prosecution — is best known for his drug, sex, and legal controversies than for his media expertise.
In the weeks leading up to the 2020 presidential election, social media platforms deleted The Post over the story, while major news outlets ignored it due to a lack of confidence in its veracity.
Hunter revealed shortly after his father was elected president that the federal government was still investigating his overseas business activities.
Additionally, the first son said that the laptop at the center of the study, which included emails revealing his business dealings in Ukraine and China, may “certainly” be his, as his book tour stopped at CBS earlier this month.
He also said it was stolen from him or hacked by Russia as part of a disinformation operation, an assertion intelligence agents denied.
“Whether or not anyone has my laptop, whether or not I was hacked, or whether a laptop exists at all, I really have no idea,” Hunter said.