Joe Biden's answer to question about Hunter Biden indictment scrubbed from MSNBC interview

President Joe Biden recently sat for an interview with MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle, and during the interview, Ruhle inquired about how the president felt about the possibility of his son, Hunter Biden, being criminally charged.

When Ruhle asked, "How — how will that impact your presidency?" Biden responded by saying, "It will not because he has done nothing wrong. And I’m proud of him."

However, MSNBC stated that there was a technical issue with the audio and the president's answer wasn't captured.

Ruhle followed up by asking Biden to repeat his answer to the question. Biden complied saying, "First of all, my son has done nothing wrong. I trust him. I have faith in him. It impacts my presidency by making me feel proud of him."

When the interview itself went live, MSNBC had scrubbed the entire exchange.

It's surprising that MSNBC even bothered asking Biden about his son's situation, as the mainstream media has done its best to ignore the scandal. Even without alleged technical issues, it seems unlikely that the segment would have been aired.