Joe Biden Sadly Admits Hunter Used Drugs

President Joe Biden affirmed his stance during a press conference at the G7 Summit in Italy, reiterating to a reporter that he would not interfere in his son Hunter Biden’s legal proceedings. This follows his earlier declaration that he would not grant a pardon to Hunter if found guilty. Despite speculation after the guilty verdict was delivered, Biden administration officials declined to directly address whether he would consider commuting his son’s sentence.



The topic arose during a joint press briefing with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, where AP reporter Colleen Long queried Biden on Hunter Biden’s felony conviction. She raised concerns about fairness in his trial and whether the Justice Department maintained independence from political influence in its handling of the case.

In response, President Biden expressed pride in his son’s resilience in overcoming addiction, describing Hunter as exceptionally bright and morally upright. He emphasized his personal satisfaction with the legal process and reiterated his commitment to respecting the jury’s decision without any intention of pardoning Hunter.

[O]n the news from home, you’re going through something that so many American families go through, the intersection of addiction and the criminal justice system. But you’re not like most families. Was your son able to get a fair trial? Do you believe the Justice Department operated independently of politics?

With regard to the question regarding the family, I’m extremely proud of my son, Hunter. He has overcome an addiction. He’s one of the brightest, most decent men I know. And I am satisfied that I’m not going to do anything. I said I’d abide by the jury decision. I will do that, and I will not pardon him.

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