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Who is Beau Biden? Everything to know about Hunter’s brother

Joe Biden’s personal tragedies have shaped his career, from policy to politicking.

In December 1972, the president – then a 30-year-old senator-elect from Delaware — was weeks away from being sworn into office when he lost his first wife Neilia and 13-month-old daughter Naomi in a car accident. His two sons, Joseph “Beau” Biden III, and Hunter Biden, were also in the car, and suffered injuries.

In 2015, Beau Biden, an Iraq War veteran and Delaware attorney general, died from brain cancer. He was 46 years old.

In a statement following his death, Joe Biden wrote: “Beau Biden was, quite simply, the finest man any of us have ever known.”

Beau had experienced a stroke in 2010, and three years later was treated at MD Anderson Cancer Centre in Houston, Texas, where doctors removed a lesion from his brain.

In 2015, his cancer returned, and he received aggressive treatment at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. He died on May 30, 2015.

Beau was laid to rest at St Joseph’s on the Brandywine in Wilmington, Delaware, where Joe Biden’s late wife Neilia and daughter Naomi are also buried.

He is survived by his widow Hallie and his two children Natalie and Hunter.

Beau was three years old when his mother was killed in the crash that also took the life of his little sister. Beau and his brother Hunter, then two, were also in the car. Their father was sworn into the Senate at their hospital beds.

During his 2012 speech at the Democratic National Convention, Beau moved his father to tears while nominating him for vice president.

“One of my earliest memories was being in that hospital, dad always at our side.… He decided not to take the oath of office. He said, ‘Delaware can get another senator, but my boys

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