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White House says Biden won’t pardon Hunter Biden if convicted on gun charges

  • US President Joe Biden will not pardon his son, Hunter Biden, if he is convicted on gun charges tied to possession of a firearm while using narcotics. This could have significant implications for Biden's re-election bid and marks the first-ever indictment of a sitting president's child.
  • While the tax investigation into Hunter Biden is ongoing and may result in charges being filed, the recent indictment by special counsel David Weiss does not pertain to US tax law violations. The charges highlight the involvement of Republicans in the case and ensure that courtroom drama will impact the 2024 US presidential campaign.
  • Despite Hunter Biden's indictment, President Joe Biden remains engaged on key issues domestically and internationally, participating in his daily presidential briefing and hosting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the White House. The administration is also preparing a new military package for Ukraine.
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