Biden says he won't pardon Son Hunter if convicted of a crime

President Joe Biden revealed that he would not forgive his son Hunter Bidenwho is currently on trial for a weapons offense, RadarOnline.com has learned.

Biden explained during an interview why he would not pardon his son if convicted ABC news' David Muir at the Normandy American Cemetery in France on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of D-Day.

During the interview, which covered a wide range of topics, Muir asked the 81-year-old president if he would accept the outcome of the investigation. Hunter's trialto which Biden replied, “Yes.”

The news anchor then pressed whether Biden had ruled out the possibility of pardoning his only living son if convicted, to which Biden also replied, “Yes.”

Hunter is currently on trial in Wilmington, Delaware, on a weapons offense related to his attempt to buy a gun during a fight in 2018 addiction to substance abuse. Hunter pleaded not guilty to his charges in October 2023 after being arraigned by a special counsel David Weiss.

The case has made headlines because it is the first time the child of a sitting president has done so facing a criminal trial.

While discussing the ongoing trial and justice system, Biden noted Donald Trump's historic hush-money trial, in which he was convicted of 34 felonies for falsifying company records before the 2016 election to cover up his affair with an adult film star Stormy Daniels.

The ex-president and presumptive Republican nominee denounced the trial as “rigged” and falsely claimed Biden brought it to keep him off the campaign trail.

During his conversation with Muir, Biden hit back at Trump, claiming he was “trying to undermine” the justice system.

He received a fair trial. The jury has spoken,” the president told Muir.

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Since his conviction, Trump has seemingly attempted to rewrite history as he awaits the sentencing that awaits him possible incarceration.

While Trump led enthusiasticallylock her upchants aimed at his 2016 opponent Hillary Clintonhe now claimed that he “thought it was horrible” when his MAGA supporters said it.

“After we beat Hillary, people said, lock her up, lock her up,” Trump recently told Sean Hannity. “And I said, wouldn't it be terrible if I locked up the wife of the former president of the United States, and the former secretary of state?”

“It's a terrible thing,” the ex-president added.

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