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 December 13, 2023

President Biden says he feels 'guilty' for Hunter Biden's indictments

President Joe Biden feels "guilty" about Hunter Biden's indictments, according to a new report.

The president's son is facing up to 17 years in prison on nine tax evasion-related charges.

The charges

"Weiss charged Hunter Biden on Thursday, asserting he was 'engaged in a four-year scheme' to not pay at least $1.4 million in taxes 'he owed for tax years 2016 through 2019 and to evade the assessment of taxes for tax year 2018 when he filed false returns,'" Breitbart News reported.

"Weiss referenced money that flowed from Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings in the indictment. Weiss did not charge Hunter Biden for Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) violations. Constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley believes Weiss’s tax indictment should have included FARA charges," it added.

The concern

"In private, no issue is more likely to anger or sadden President Biden than attacks on his son Hunter, according to people close to the president who have seen his moods shift when there's bad news about Hunter," Axios reported.

"For Biden — who privately has expressed guilt over Hunter's ongoing legal and political fights — the next year will be emotionally fraught as Hunter faces new criminal charges and will be at the center of the Republican-led impeachment inquiry," it continued.

House testimony

Hunter Biden arrived at the Capitol Wednesday morning to answer questions under a subpoena from the House Oversight Committee.

"Hunter Biden arrives at the Capitol, but insists he will only answer questions under his own rules despite a lawful subpoena — and Democrat precedent," according to the Republican National Committee.

The concerns also reach to the president, as Hunter Biden's business deals include millions of dollars to various Biden family members allegedly based on the president's influence in international deals.

The locations included businesses in China and Ukraine, adding additional concerns about conflict of interest and political connections.

Hunter Biden is far from the end of being investigated, with the efforts causing issues for his father as he runs for reelection in 2024.

Written By:
Dillon Burroughs

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