REPORT: Biden Criticized Trump For Paycheck Protection Loan Program As His Son-In-Law Benefited From It

This is just so typical.

Joe Biden criticized Trump over the PPP Paycheck Protection Program, but failed to notice or mention that his own son-in-law was benefiting from it.

In Biden’s defense, he probably doesn’t even understand how the program works.

The Daily Caller reports:

Joe Biden Criticized Trump’s Handling Of PPP Loans As His Son-In-Law Benefited From the Program

A medical investment firm staffed by former Vice President Joe Biden’s son-in-law, Dr. Howard Krein, and co-founded by Howard’s brother, Steven Krein, received a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan in April, less than two weeks before Biden publicly criticized the Trump administration’s management of the program.

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Howard Krein, who is married to Biden’s daughter, Ashley Biden, and also serves as an informal advisor to the Biden campaign, is the chief medical officer of StartUp Health, which as of September 2018 had built up an investment portfolio valued at over $31 million. The firm received a PPP loan valued between $150,000 and $350,000 on April 12 to retain the jobs of 18 people, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Nine days later, on April 21, Biden accused Trump in a Medium post of leaving small businesses with less than 20 employees behind in his administration’s management of the PPP.

“It is unacceptable to have a small-business program that is leaving minority business owners out in the cold, or that firms with fewer than 20 employees received only about 20% of the money — even though they make up about one third of payroll,” Biden wrote.

This is what Biden tweeted back in April:

Biden sure is good at enriching his family members.

Do you think the mainstream media will report this?

 

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