Former President Donald Trump provided some parenting advice in his latest interview, highlighting the importance of keeping children away from alcohol and drugs — just as President Joe Biden’s son Hunter is in the headlines discussing his battles with addiction.
Trump frequently raised Hunter’s well-documented troubles during the last election campaign, and his comments will be taken as a thinly veiled swipe at the new first family.
In Thursday’s interview with Gina Loudon, the co-chairwoman of Women for Trump 2020, he was served a series of softball questions, including how he had managed to raise such fine children.
“I think you have to give them a lot of attention,” he said. “I always, also, you can have good children, but if they start with the drugs, alcohol, cigarettes … I’ve said it for years to them. So far, it’s had a pretty good impact.”