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Biden Refuses Pardon for Son Hunter but Commutation Still Possible

President Joe Biden faced questions last week about whether he would pardon his son, Hunter Biden, if he were found guilty of felony gun charges. Hunter Biden was, in fact, found guilty of three felonies and now faces a potential 25 years behind bars. Joe Biden stated he would not issue a pardon for his son, but did not mention the possibility of a commutation.

When pressed further about the prospect of a commutation for Hunter Biden, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre did not dismiss the possibility. She noted that the president had been clear about not pardoning his son, but emphasized that the sentencing had not yet been scheduled. 

 

In the end, it remains to be seen whether President Biden will consider a commutation for his son.

Written by Staff Reports

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