Biden administration was instructed to ignore one of his grandchildren

President Joe Biden has repeatedly caught heat for the way his administration and his family continue to ignore that one of his grandchildren exists.

Recent reports reveal that Biden's aides were instructed to ignore Hunter Biden's estranged daughter when they speak about the number of grandchildren the president and first lady have.

The New York Times recently did an in-depth report on Hunter Biden's former lover, Lunden Roberts, and her extensive efforts to reach a child support agreement for their daughter, Navy Joan.

The report from the Times confirmed that the daughter of Hunter Biden will not be using Biden as her surname at the request of Hunter's legal team. The report also confirmed that Roberts will take some of Hunter's paintings as part of the settlement agreement. A few of the paintings have sold for around $500,000.

The White House has repeatedly disregarded Navy Joan's existence, saying Biden has six grandchildren instead of seven.

The president's aides were instructed to ignore the seventh grandchild, according to the Times.

"His public image is centered around his devotion to his family — including to Hunter, his only surviving son. In strategy meetings in recent years, aides have been told that the Bidens have six, not seven, grandchildren, according to two people familiar with the discussions," reported Breitbart.

Conservatives have been infuriated that Biden has abandoned his granddaughter for political purposes.

In the Times report, the writer suggested that Biden's failure to acknowledge Navy Joan could cost him votes in 2024.

"The strength of his political persona, which emphasizes decency, family and duty, was enough to defeat Mr. Trump the first time around, and he would need to keep it intact if Mr. Trump is the Republican nominee in 2024," the NYT said.