President Biden Finds Relief in Son’s Plea Deal
According to a report, President Joe Biden may have found some relief in his son Hunter Biden’s plea deal. On Tuesday, it was announced that Hunter Biden would plead guilty to two charges related to failure to pay federal income tax. However, the plea deal will allow him to avoid jail time, which has been met with bittersweet relief in the White House, sources told Politico.
A Proud Father
Publicly, President Biden expressed his pride in his son, stating, “I’m very proud of my son.” But behind the scenes, the president’s sentiments go even deeper. According to sources speaking with Politico, Joe Biden calls Hunter Biden daily to offer his support and express his pride in his son’s sobriety. The president sees this plea deal as a moment of growth and ownership of past mistakes.
A Renewed Firestorm
While President Biden finds relief in his son’s plea deal, Republicans have ignited a renewed firestorm. For months, they have voiced concerns that Hunter Biden would escape punishment for a string of larger crimes. However, with this plea deal, their fears have been realized.
In response to the plea deal news, the White House reaffirmed its support for Hunter Biden. White House Counsel’s Office spokesman Ian Sams told reporters, “The president and first lady love their son and support him as he continues to rebuild his life. We will have no further comment.”
President Biden’s relief and pride in his son’s plea deal are evident, and the support from the White House remains unwavering.
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