Hunter Biden 'used Asian slur as he talked to cousin about wanting "foreign or domestic"' women after N-word accusations

HUNTER Biden reportedly used the racial epithet “yellow” about dating an Asian woman in a 2019 text message exchange with his cousin Caroline Biden about being paired up with a romantic interest.   

“Do you want foreign or domestic,” the 34-year-old daughter of President Biden’s brother, James, wrote in one message.



“I can't give you f***ing Asian sorry. I'm not doing it.”

The president's 51-year-old son reportedly agreed and then tossed the putdown: "Domesticated foreigner is fine. No yellow.”

The January 26, 2019, correspondence was captured in a screenshot between the two cousins – with Caroline offering to introduce one of her model pals to the eligible bachelor, according to a report published in the Daily Mail.

The texts were sourced from Hunter Biden’s laptop, that he reportedly forgot about when he left it to be serviced at a Delaware computer repair shop.


Hunter apparently preferred 24-year-olds women because he claimed they were easier to woo.

"24 is great. Seriously," Biden, then 49, wrote. "Its incredibly easy to impress a 24 year old."

Caroline suggested try out the exclusive dating app Raya, which is membership-based and known to link affluent people with celebrities, the Mail reported.

She also thought Hunter might be smitten with famous author Roald Dahl's daughter Lucy as well as actress Bella Thorne.


The discovery of the president’s son’s alleged loose use of the Asian “yellow” slur comes amid a sharp rise throughout the US of anti-Asian sentiments and hate crimes.

It also comes amid a batch of old text messages sent by Hunter calling his lawyer, a white man, the N-word several times.

In their exchange, Biden asks his former attorney George Mesires, how much he owes him. 

"Because n**** you better not be charging me Hennessy rates," he wrote in the text and were also first published by the Daily Mail.

The lawyer answered: “That made me snarf my coffee."

Biden then gives himself some lyrical praise. 

“I just made that phrase up, by the way,” before adding, “I should have [h]ad your lineage.”

“Apparently you do,” the lawyer answers, before Biden writes “That’s what I’m saying n****."

Their back-and-forth carries on with Biden dropping more N-words and other distasteful language – and apparently misfiring a suggestive picture meant for someone else.  

"Why are you so tan," Mesires writes him after receiving the image.

Hunter replies: "I'm sorry for sexting you accidentally.

"That was meant for another friend named Georgia."

Mesires eventually expresses in the banter that he feels it is annoying when the president's son "interject[s] with frivolity."

Hunter responds: “True dat n****.”

So far, the president’s son hasn’t responded about the N-word text messages and other emails obtained from his abandoned laptop.

The Mail also reported that Hunter's laptop contained a meme of his father, President Joe Biden, and former President Barack Obama saved that features a racial slur.

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