President Biden vows not to pardon son Hunter if convicted on gun charges

President Joe Biden stated in an ABC News interview that he will accept the jury’s decision in his son Hunter Biden’s criminal trial and will not use his presidential power to pardon him if convicted.

Biden made these remarks during an interview with ABC News anchor David Muir in Normandy, commemorating the 80th anniversary of D-Day.

When asked if he would rule out a pardon for his son, who faces three federal gun-related charges, Biden responded affirmatively.

The White House previously confirmed that Biden would not pardon his son, who also faces a trial on federal tax charges in September.

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