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President Joe Biden on Thursday paid tribute to his son Hunter Biden, who has struggled with addiction, by posting a video to Twitter marking the conclusion of National Recovery Month.
'As National Recovery Month concludes, I want to celebrate all of you out there who are in recovery, and let those of you who are not yet in recovery – or who have loved ones with substance abuse disorder – know that you are not alone,' the president said in a two-minute video.
He added: 'This is personal to millions of families. It's personal to my family. My son has written about it.'
Biden's son Hunter, 51, released a book in April of this year titled 'Beautiful Things: A Memoir' where he discussed his family, grief and his struggle with alcohol and drug addiction – specifically to cocaine.
While promoting his memoir in April, Hunter told CBS This Morning that he was smoking crack 'around the clock' and drinking a quart of vodka every day at the lowest points of his drug addiction, which he says stems from the death of his mother and sister when he was two.
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