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Interview With Hunter Biden Goes Sideways As Host Reveals His ‘Hands Were Tied’ From Asking Political Questions

Hunter Biden, the son of the decrepit President Joe Biden — the same man who needs a teleprompter to remember his own name — did an interview on Twitter Spaces as part of a live broadcast, which absolutely went sideways, falling into utter chaos as he was apparently disconnected from the line. The host of the program then launched into a big rant about how his hands were being “tied” when it came to asking the  younger Biden any political questions.

Fox News reported that Hunter made an appearance on “The Crypto Roundtable Show” featuring host Mario Nawfal, on Tuesday. Episodes on this day of the week typically feature a focus on topics related to NFTs, or non-fungible tokens. But Biden didn’t seem to have a whole lot to say about NFTs or anything to do with cryptocurrency.

“Biden appeared on the show alongside ‘Tron’ producer Donald Kushner and talked a little about his drug recovery and how painting around the clock has helped him stay sober, and Kushner promoted his new Web3-inspired Cryptosaurs NFT collection,” Fox reported.

“Toward the end of the interview, as Nawfal was thanking the men for appearing on the show, it appeared that they both hopped off without saying anything. The perceived slight sent Nawfal into rant, saying his ‘hands were tied’ on what he could ask Biden,” the report continued.

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“They just jumped off now,” he stated. “So, that gives you an idea of how – behind the scenes, that was tough. … There was a lot of requirements we had to meet. F— that was so stressful. That was so f—ing stressful, man.”

“There’s a lot of stories that I wasn’t aware of that kind of made this significantly more tricky and delicate,” he added.

“Usually, I’m very open, I ask questions, I debate,” the host remarked. “It’s like a free mic, anyone could ask any questions. We always let debates happen. But this is the first time where we, like, kind of f—ing hands tied: ‘These are the questions you ask. You can’t ask any other questions.’ And, bro, it was difficult.”

Nawfal then promised he would not make the same mistake a second time.

“My fault was to accept any guests, I don’t care if it’s a president next time, any guests that comes on, that’s my rule moving forward as of today,” he explained. “Any guest that comes on from now on has to be ready to be able to answer any f—ing question we want to ask – no pre-packed questions.”

A producer than jumped in, revealing that he was “getting messages that they didn’t leave” but had apparently been dropped by a glitch. Mike Bonhoeffer, Kushner’s partner on Cryptosaurus, called into the program and shredded the host for jumping to conclusions.

“I have not heard anybody thrown under the bus that way because of a glitch on your system that knocked Donald and Hunter off the network go so quickly dark and put the blame on somebody that had no control over what happened and quickly construct a narrative,” Bonhoeffer raged. “This is part of the bull—- that goes on. You build a narrative that had no basis in truth.”

“Hunter is somebody who does not want to talk about politics because he’s not a politician, he’s an artist,” he rambled. “And we took a look at the stream of vitriol that came when you put the promo up on your Twitter feed, and it was thousands of people s—-talking Hunter Biden. So, we had to put constraints on this.”

Nawfal then acknowledged that he did indeed jump to conclusions concerning the dropped call. After coming back, Nawfal insisted that the frequency of glitches was very “unusual,” and then repeated his position that he will no longer agree to pre-approved questions or topics.