“I smoked crack with Marion Barry” Hunter admitted.

‘You know what, I actually smoked crack with Marion Barry, I swear to f***ing god,’ Hunter admitted.

‘Did Martin Luther King do coke? I don’t know,’ said the friend on the call. ‘With an Indian and a black man.’
‘Oh, see, you are such a racist I swear to god,’ Hunter replied. ‘No he didn’t, Jesus Christ. You’re so f***ing funny.’
‘That mayor from D.C. did,’ the friend said. ‘Marion Barry.’
‘You know what, I actually smoked crack with Marion Barry, I swear to f***ing god,’ Hunter admitted.
‘That was in Georgetown. And he used to go to a place right next to the guards. And I was a sophomore I guess, I was a junior when that happened. 
‘But he used to come there and drink like late, late. And I would be there, and he would go to the bathroom.’ 

EXCLUSIVE: Listen as Hunter Biden bragged that he would regularly smoke crack with late D.C. Mayor Marion Barry at a Georgetown bar when he was a student in recorded phone call with a friend

  • Hunter Biden is heard bragging about smoking crack with D.C. Mayor Marion Barry – who died in 2014 – in an audio recording obtained by DailyMail.com
  • The president’s son, 51, recorded a January 2019 phone call with his friend in which he admitted to doing drugs with the civil rights hero and infamous addict
  • ‘You know what, I actually smoked crack with Marion Barry, I swear to f***ing god,’ Hunter says in the call which was saved on his abandoned laptop
  • He explained he was a junior at Georgetown University at the time and would regularly smoke with the politician in the bathroom of a local bar 
  • ‘He used to come there and drink like late, late. And I would be there, and he would go to the bathroom,’ Hunter continues
  • The admission contradicts the claim in his memoir that his arrest as a teenager scared him off drugs until after college
  • Barry, who died aged 78, spent six months in federal prison after he was caught smoking crack on camera in an FBI sting in January 1990

From The Daily Mail

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