Biden vows to 'crack down' on privilege in college admissions but used his influence to get Hunter's daughter into UPenn: report

It has been revealed that President Biden used his political connections to get his granddaughter into the University of Pennsylvania.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
Following the Supreme Court's ruling that affirmative action in college admissions was unconstitutional last week, President Biden denounced the court's decision and insisted that the Biden administration will work to "crack down" on "privilege" in the US education system.

However, it has been revealed that President Biden used his political connections to get his granddaughter into the University of Pennsylvania, one of the most prestigious schools in the United States with a 5.9 percent acceptance rate.

The Washington Free Beacon reports that Hunter Biden reportedly asked his father for help with getting his daughter into UPenn in 2018, which has been revealed in a series of text exchanges found on Hunter Biden's infamous laptop.

On October 31, 2018, Maisy Biden sent a text message to Hunter Biden saying, "I applied early decision to Penn today!!"

Maisy sent a follow-up text two days later and asked Hunter if he had an update on her application, the paper reports.

On December 13, 2018, President Biden texted Hunter that he was going to speak to UPenn President Amy Guttman about his granddaughter's application. Joe Biden wrote that he was "going to try to see Pres GUTMANN tomorrow," UPenn's president.

Two days later, President Biden texted Hunter Biden and informed him that he "had a great talk with Guttman [sic]."

"Maisy still in the game for regular acceptance. But must do well in class this period. It's real," Joe Biden wrote on December 15. "We should talk about tutors etc starting tomorrow."

Screenshot obtained by Washington Free Beacon

The same day, Hunter Biden sent a message to Maisy which stated that she had not been rejected by the Ivy League university after President Biden had received some "very good news" from Gutmann.

Hunter Biden told his daughter that the president of UPenn sent some advice and said that Maisy needed to improve her grades her senior year.

"I also think it would help if you had lax coach talk to their lax coach," Hunter wrote on December 15, perhaps referring to a lacrosse coach. Maisy played lacrosse in high school.

"Bottom line is that Guttman [sic] made clear that in order for her to explain the 11th grade you had to show improvement in 12th," Hunter wrote. "Which is something I think we would have all liked to know form [sic] the start, but in fairness we were much later in the app process than usual and made it look like we weren't 100% about Penn."

President Biden told his son that Gutmann would call him directly to let him know if Maisy is accepted.

"If I hear before 1pm on [March 29, 2019] I'll call immediately so you can call Maisy," Joe Biden wrote. "Let me know if there's anything I can do on anything."

Maisy Biden was accepted into the University of Pennsylvania and began school in the fall of 2019, and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree four years later, according to the outlet.

The recent revelation comes as both President Biden and Hunter Biden are being investigated by the House GOP for reportedly credible shady foreign business dealings in Ukraine and China.

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