Hunter Biden will appear in federal court on July 26

Represents the son of the US president Hunter BidenHe will appear before a federal court in Delaware for the first time on July 26 on charges of possession of a firearm, according to court filings reported by Reuters.

Biden’s son admitted his guilt in two federal cases related to tax violations and possession of a weapon, and according to sources, Hunter signed an agreement with the US Attorney General’s Office admitting to his possession of a firearm.

Hunter was charged with possession of a firearm in 2018, while he was addicted to drugs.

Congressional Republicans criticized the Department of Justice, which they said was keen to prosecute former President Donald Trump, while working to avoid a prison sentence for the current president’s son at any cost, they said.

Joe Biden and Hunter Biden

Former President Donald Trump and other Republicans will likely continue to use the case to highlight Joe Biden and his family business dealings and raise questions about the independence of the Biden-era Justice Department.

In a post on his social media platform, Trump likened the Hunter Biden deal to “just a ticket,” adding, “Our system is broken!”

The White House Counsel’s Office said in a statement that the President and First Lady Jill Biden “love and support their son as he continues to rebuild his life.”

More than a month ago, a parliamentary oversight committee reported that members of the US president’s family and their associates made millions of dollars from foreign entities and companies during and after Vice President Joe Biden’s tenure under former President Barack Obama, using nearly 20 companies, and benefiting from an extensive network of Hidden business partners.

In addition, Fox News revealed documents regarding a “suspicious” relationship between US President Joe Biden and his son Hunter in Ukraine dating back to 2015.

Fox News accused Biden of pressuring Ukraine in 2015 to dismiss a prosecutor who was investigating a case involving his son, noting that the prosecutor who Biden demanded his dismissal was investigating a case in a company his son worked for.

Did Biden pressure to dismiss a Ukrainian prosecutor who was investigating his son’s case?

The documents also revealed that Biden threatened to cut off one billion dollars in aid to Kiev in 2015 if the Attorney General did not say so, indicating that Biden’s pressure came after his famous visit to Ukraine in 2015.

It is noteworthy that Biden once bragged to the camera that he was leading the Barack Obama administration’s policy towards Ukraine, and he successfully pressed for the dismissal of Shokin, the top prosecutor at the time, who was investigating the founder of “Burma”.

“I looked at them and said, ‘I’m leaving in six hours,'” he told the Council on Foreign Relations in 2018. “If the attorney general doesn’t get fired, you won’t get the money.”

However, Biden’s allies, and he too, asserted that his intervention that prompted Shokin’s firing had nothing to do with his son, but with corruption concerns. Biden has repeatedly claimed that he “never talked to his son about his business dealings abroad.”

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