"I know you said not alot has changed since yesterday and that it's a personal matter," the reporter began, "but from a presidential perspective, is there any possibility that the President would end up pardoning his son?"
No," she said.
The reporter pressed.
"I just said no, I just answered," she said.
Hunter Biden is facing charges for tax crimes in Delaware, and on Wednesday pleaded "not guilty" after a sweetheart plea deal fell apart.
Hunter Biden's various alleged crimes have been the subject of inquiry upon inquiry after it was revealed by FBI and IRS whistleblowers that both agencies dealt very leniently with the youngest Biden son, despite mounting evidence of tax crimes and evidence of a felony gun crime.
Whistleblowers testified that when the IRS was working on an investigation into Hunter Biden, they were delayed and sidetracked repeatedly. This was especially true, they said, when in 2020 it became clear that Joe Biden would be the Democratic Part's nominee for president.
Gary Shapely, an IRS agent, said that he expected to be able to make the investigation public after the 2020 election, but that he was still delayed from doing so. He further testified that Hunter Biden's attorneys were tipped off about a search warrant, making that warrant essentially meaningless.
After the plea deal died, the case was put on hold for a few weeks. Judge Maryellen Noreika will have to consider new materials submitted by both sides.
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