FACT CHECK: Did Hallie Biden Post These Tweets About The 2024 Election And The FBI’s Mar-A-Lago Search?

Christine Sellers | Fact Check Reporter

A post shared on Instagram claims President Joe Biden’s daughter-in-law, Hallie, published tweets about the 2024 election and the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home.


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Verdict: False

The account, which does not belong to Hallie Biden, has been suspended by Twitter, according to Politifact. A spokesperson for Hallie Biden called the account “fraudulent,” USA Today reported.

Fact Check:

Hallie Biden was married to the president’s son, Beau Biden, who died of brain cancer in 2015, The U.S. Sun reported. The president’s daughter-in-law also allegedly had a brief affair with Beau’s brother, Hunter Biden, shortly after Beau’s death, according to the New York Post.

The Instagram post purports the president’s daughter-in-law published tweets about the 2024 election and the Mar-a-Lago raid. One tweet claims the press is “covering up serious health issues” regarding the president is experiencing, while another claims the president was overheard talking about “raiding President Trump.” The post also features tweets suggesting the president had committed election fraud.

The claim is false. There are no credible news reports suggesting Hallie Biden published tweets about the Mar-a-Lago search or the 2020 election. Likewise, the claim neither appears on the White House’s website nor its verified social media pages. The Beau Biden Foundation, which Hallie Biden chairs, also has not publicly commented on the claim.

The account responsible for publishing the tweets has been suspended by Twitter for violating the social media platform’s rules, Politifact reported. (RELATED: Did Time Magazine Name Joe Biden And Kamala Harris ‘The Most Unpopular Duo’?)

A spokesperson for the Beau Biden Foundation confirmed Hallie Biden does not have a Twitter account, calling the account that published the tweets “fraudulent,” according to USA Today. The earlier tweet regarding the presidential election was included on another slide of the Instagram post that made the 2024 election and Mar-a-Lago search claims.

Check Your Fact has contacted the White House for comment and will update this piece accordingly if one is received.

Christine Sellers

Fact Check Reporter