Hunter Gets Bad News From Joe (Video)

( – In bad news for Hunter Biden – if his father’s words can be trusted – President Joe Biden has declared that he would not grant a pardon to his scandalous son should the latter be convicted in his upcoming federal criminal trials.

In an interview with ABC News anchor David Muir, the 81-year-old president expressed his resolve to adhere to the judicial process regarding Hunter’s current legal proceedings concerning firearm charges in Delaware.

He dismissed the possibility of employing his presidential clemency powers to nullify a potential conviction, The New York Post reports.

“Yes,” Biden succinctly affirmed when probed by Muir on both accounts, as revealed in segments of the interview released prior to its broadcast on Thursday evening.

This public declaration by President Biden aligns with earlier statements from his administration.

His spokespeople had previously announced his stance against pardoning his 54-year-old son, but this was the first instance where the President himself explicitly voiced this commitment on record.

When asked about the possibility of a pardon for Hunter last July 27, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre also firmly responded, “No.”

The report points out that is not uncommon for U.S. Presidents to reserve their most contentious pardons for the twilight of their tenure, suggesting that Biden might still reconsider his decision.

This practice was evidenced during Donald Trump’s presidency when his aides initially claimed that Charles Kushner, father of Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, would not receive a pardon—only for him to be subsequently granted clemency.

Meanwhile, Hunter Biden faced the collapse of a plea agreement last July which would have involved only probation.

The breakdown was due to demands for extensive immunity covering previous alleged breaches of the Foreign Agents Registration Act, potentially implicating his father.

In a separate case from the firearm charges in Delaware, Hunter Biden is set to face trial in Los Angeles on September 5.

He is accused of failing to pay over $1.4 million in federal taxes from 2016 to 2019. The charges stem from income purportedly derived from international dealings that frequently included his father.

Supporting evidence in these cases comprises photographs, emails, and testimonies from witnesses.

These documents suggest that Joe Biden had interactions with business associates from his son and brother James Biden’s Chinese government-connected business ventures, as well as with influential figures from Kazakhstan, Mexico, Russia, and Ukraine.

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