As recent congressional investigations have revealed, Hunter Biden had a target on his back, as the White House tried to coerce the Ukrainian government to frame him for corruption.
But it turns out that Biden also has a Hebrew tattoo on his shoulder.
Hunter — the son of the former Democratic vice president and current presidential contender Joe Biden — bared it (the tattoo, not the target) in a recent interview with ABC, in which he and his wife, Melissa Cohen Biden, discussed their dramatic love story.
Hunter told ABC that he and Melissa got married six days after they met. That was in May.
“I instantly fell in love with her,” Hunter, 49, said. “And then I’ve fallen in love with her more every day.”
Melissa, who is Jewish, had a tattoo with the word “shalom.” Within days of meeting her, Biden got a matching shalom tattoo of his own.
Melissa Cohen Biden, 33, is a filmmaker from South Africa but now is a naturalized U.S. citizen.
Hunter Biden isn’t the first person in his family to marry a Jew. His late brother, Beau, married Hallie Olivere, who is Jewish. Hunter’s sister Ashley is married to Howard Krein, a Jewish doctor.