HUNTER Biden is going to be a guest speaker at Tulane University in the fall to teach students about fake news and how it polarizes politics.
The president’s son will be part of a 10-week course called “Media Polarization and Public Policy Impacts,” a class that will speak to “the current state of the media landscape in the United States.”
Hunter Biden will be a guest lecturer at Tulane University this fall semesterCredit: ABC
He will be hosting the 10-week course along with other high-profile newsmakersCredit: Getty
The class will focus on “how media polarization, fake news and the economics of the new business impact public policymaking in Washington D.C.”
A Tulane University spokesperson confirmed to Fox News that Biden would be part of the fall semester class, even despite his appearance in recent headlines.
The president’s son made a controversial remark when asked about his laptop that contained some private images of Hunter just before the 2020 election.
Hunter told CBS that the laptop “could” be his and that it “could” have been stolen.
This comes as his laptop is being investigated by the federal government for possible fraudulent foreign business transactions
Biden has denied the laptop is his, but linked it to Russian disinformationCredit: AFP
In another CBS interview, he said the contents on the laptop were based off of “Russian disinformation” that has been contested.
After his father won the 2020 presidential election, Hunter disclosed he was under federal investigation.
The contents of the laptop are still being reviewed, but some argue it contained unethical foreign business transactions carried out by Hunter while his dad was vice president.
As for the Tulane course, other guest speakers include former White House Coronavirus Task Force member Dr. Deborah Birx, New Yorker columnist Susan Glasser, Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan, and New York Times columnist Bret Stephens.
Likewise, others include CBS’ “Face The Nation” moderator Margaret Brennan, CNN correspondent Kylie Atwood, and Fox News political analyst and “The Five” co-host Juan Williams.