During an interview with NBC News, President Joe Biden stood by his son Hunter and stated that he had “done nothing wrong”, even as federal prosecutors weigh up the possibility of seeking an indictment against him for allegedly making a false statement on a firearm background check form. The President further expressed that the controversy surrounding his son has actually made him feel proud of him and that he trusts and has faith in him. The investigation into Hunter Biden started in 2018 to determine whether he violated US tax laws or made a false statement on a form signed while purchasing a firearm. Hunter Biden explained in his memoir, “Beautiful Things,” that he had been battling with addiction and was smoking crack cocaine regularly when he declared himself to not be a user of illegal drugs so that he could buy a pistol. Republican attacks on Hunter Biden have long attempted to implicate his father in allegations of international influence-peddling schemes. However, no evidence has emerged to support these claims, which were a driving force behind former President Donald Trump’s two impeachment trials.
‘Biden Vouches for Son Hunter’s Innocence Amid Justice Department’s Potential Pursuit of Charges’
- 6 May 2023
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Maxwell Thompson is a seasoned political correspondent who has covered elections, policies, and international relations for over a decade. With a degree in political science and a natural curiosity for global politics, Maxwell brings a unique perspective to his writing. In his downtime, he enjoys reading historical biographies and analyzing political trends.
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