Hunter Biden bragged that he smoked crack with the late DC mayor Marion Barry, in a taped conversation

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Hunter Biden smoked crack cocaine with the late DC Mayor Marion Barry, he revealed to a friend in a taped call obtained by DailyMail.com.

In the January 2019 call, Hunter boasted, “ I actually smoked crack with Marion Barry, I fucking swear god. ”

Hunter told his friend that he regularly smoked with Barry in the restroom of a Georgetown bar while he was a student there.

The stunning confession in the phone call, which was stored on Hunter’s abandoned laptop, contradicts the president’s son’s claim in his memoirs that his arrest as a teenager deterred him from drugs until after college.

Hunter recorded some of his calls and saved them on his laptop.

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Hunter Biden can be heard bragging about crack smoking with DC Mayor Marion Barry - who died in 2014 - in an audio recording obtained by DailyMail.com

Hunter Biden can be heard bragging about crack smoking with DC Mayor Marion Barry – who died in 2014 – in an audio recording obtained by DailyMail.com

Hunter overheard a friend say to a friend in January 2019, `` You know what, I actually smoked crack with Marion Barry, I fucking swear god.  Barry (five months before dying at the age of 78) was mayor of DC until 1999 and passed away in 2014

Hunter overheard a friend say to a friend in January 2019, “ You know what, I actually smoked crack with Marion Barry, I fucking swear god. Barry (five months before dying at the age of 78) was mayor of DC until 1999 and passed away in 2014

In the phone conversation with his unnamed friend, dated January 5, 2019, he rebukes the friend for being ‘racist’ by suggesting that Martin Luther King was taking cocaine – but then admitted to smoking crack with civil rights hero and infamous addict Marion Barry, the late. former mayor of Washington DC.

Did Martin Luther King use cocaine? I don’t know, ”the friend said during the conversation. “With an Indian and a black man.”

“Oh, you see, you’re such a racist, I swear to you,” Hunter replied. “No, he didn’t, Jesus Christ. You’re so damn funny. ‘

“That mayor from Washington does,” the friend said. “Marion Barry.”

“You know what, I actually smoked crack with Marion Barry, I fucking swear,” Hunter admitted.

‘That was in Georgetown. And he always went to a place right next to the guards. And I was a sophomore I think, I was a junior when that happened. But he got there early and drank late, late. And I’d be there, and he’d go to the bathroom. ‘

Photos, videos and audio recordings of Hunter were discovered on his abandoned laptop last year.  He says he was so addicted to drugs and alcohol at the time that he doesn't know if the laptop belongs to him

Photos, videos and audio recordings of Hunter were discovered on his abandoned laptop last year. He says he was so addicted to drugs and alcohol at the time that he doesn’t know if the laptop belongs to him

Hunter, pictured attending a basketball game between Georgetown University and Duke University in Washington in 2010, explained in the call-up that he regularly smoked with Barry in the restroom of a Georgetown bar while he was a student there

Hunter, pictured attending a basketball game between Georgetown University and Duke University in Washington in 2010, explained in the call-up that he regularly smoked with Barry in the restroom of a Georgetown bar while he was a student there

The confession contradicts Hunter’s claim in his memoir, Beautiful Things, that he was largely afraid of drugs until after he finished college, due to an arrest for cocaine possession when he was 18.

‘In the end, I intervened temporarily with a six-month probation period, after which the arrest was removed from my file. (I voluntarily disclosed it at a Senate Committee hearing in 2006 as part of my nomination to Amtrak’s board of directors.) ”He wrote in the book, which was released in April this year.

Hunter claimed in his memoir - released in April - that his arrest for cocaine possession when he was 18 largely frightened him from drugs until after college

Hunter claimed in his memoir – released in April – that his arrest for cocaine possession when he was 18 largely scared him about drugs until after college

‘It scared me – for a while. I owned it and didn’t use more coke that summer, or actually more than a few times in college. ‘

Hunter graduated from Georgetown University in 1992 and thus claims to have smoked crack with Barry around 1990.

Barry was caught smoking crack on camera during an FBI stabbing in January 1990, and spent six months in federal prison.

Despite his drug conviction, Barry was elected a member of the DC’s Council in 1992 and re-elected mayor in 1994 to 1999. He died in 2014.

During the sting, Barry was caught on video with a woman in a hotel room smoking the drug.

In his autobiography, Barry claimed the sting was a “deliberation” by his DC enemies, who were unhappy with the number of city contracts he gave black business owners.

Barry was caught on camera smoking crack cocaine in a hotel room with a woman in an FBI stabbing in January 1990.

He later claimed in his autobiography that the sting was a

Barry was caught on camera smoking crack in a hotel room with a woman in an FBI stabbing in January 1990. He later claimed in his autobiography that the sting was “deliberate” by his enemies in Washington.

He spent six months in federal prison for drug use before being elected mayor of DC.  Pictured: Barry arrives at the U.S. District Court to be charged in 1990 on drug charges

Marion Barry

He spent six months in federal prison for drug use before being elected mayor of DC. Pictured: Barry arrives at the U.S. District Court to be charged in 1990 on drug charges

‘They didn’t want me to create all these opportunities for black people. So when the FBI put me in the Vista [Hotel], they really tried to kill me. If they killed me, they wouldn’t have to worry about me anymore, ”he wrote.

Barry said he first experimented with cocaine in the late 1980s, when the married then-mayor was alone with a woman at a friend’s house after a long night of drinking.

He wrote that he remembered coming back from a third time to the bathroom and saying to him, ‘That’s a good s ***. Do you want some? This makes my p **** hot. ‘

His beliefs barely affected his popular support and did not stop him from winning the 1994 mayoral election again – when he ran a Washington newspaper calling him “ mayor for life. ”

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