MINOT, N.D. — “This is the kind of corruption in power that we don’t want in our leaders and I’m glad that it’s being talked about and we should continue to dig into it and get the full truth,” South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem once said about Hunter Biden’s shady business dealings in Ukraine.
She wasn’t wrong.
Hunter Biden’s activities were, and still are, relevant because his father is the president of the United States. They’d be relevant if his father were just the New Castle County Chamber of Commerce president.
So it’s irksome that when Noem is caught seemingly using the powers of her elected office to give her daughter’s career a boost, she plays the victim.