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Hunter Biden pens memoir about his struggles with addiction

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FILE – Then Vice President-elect, Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., left, stands with his son Hunter during a re-enactment of the Senate oath ceremony in the Old Senate Chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington on Jan. 6, 2009. Hunter Biden, an ongoing target for conservatives, has a memoir coming out April 6. The book is called “Beautiful Things” and will center on the younger Biden’s well publicized struggles with substance abuse, according to his publisher. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, File)

President Joe Biden’s son Hunter has put pen to paper detailing his lifelong struggles with alcoholism and drug abuse.

The memoir is titled “Beautiful Things.”

The book is due out next Tuesday and it’s not know if the President’s embattled son wrote it on his laptop from hell that he left in a computer repair shop.

Having the courage to get clean and share your story with the world is a great way to spread love and hope for all struggling with addiction.

In excerpts published in the New York Times, the President’s son gives graphic details of his struggles with drugs and alcohol. He writes that in the past five years alone, his 20-year marriage had dissolved, guns have been put in his face and he was living in motels because of his addictions.

Hunter Biden explains the many highs and lows of addiction and credits the love from his father and older brother, Beau, died of brain cancer in 2015 and his beautiful second wife as motivation for him to get clean and sober in 2019.