President Biden's son, Hunter, will be a helping teach a class on fake news this fall at Tulane University.

The course is called Media Polarization and Public Policy Impacts. It's targeted to students who are interested in public policy and media relations. Hunter does have previous experience teaching, as he taught a class at Georgetown where he received his degree in History. He later obtained his law degree at Yale.

The class will include several guest speakers over the ten-week course, including:

Most recently, Hunter has worked as a lawyer and investment advisor to several overseas deals that have drawn scrutiny from the Justice Department.

Conservative filmmaker Phelim McAleer (producer of My Son Hunter) says this shouldn't be happening. He went on to say that having Hunter teach a class on fake news is like Harvey Weinstein teaching a course on methods to prevent sexual harassment.

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