Hunter Biden kicked out of Navy after testing positive for cocaine

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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A scandal far from the White House, but it does involve some white stuff. A report published by the Wall Street Journal says Vice President Joe Biden's son, Hunter, got the boot from the Navy after testing positive for cocaine.

According to the report, Biden was commissioned as an ensign in May 2013 and assigned as a public affairs officer in a Norfolk, Virginia-based reserve unit. A month later, he tested positive for cocaine and he was discharged in February. But unfortunately for Hunter, the dirty laundry made its way out of the hamper and into the headlines. Hunter confirmed the report and says he's deeply sorry and embarrassed.

Yeah, looks like someone could have used a little help from Olivia Pope.

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