Jill Biden Desperate To Save Hunter From Jail

First Lady Jill Biden celebrated her birthday on Monday by going to her son Hunter Biden’s gun trial in Delaware. The fact that this is the first time a sitting president’s child has faced criminal charges makes it a historic political occasion.

In the final months of the 2024 presidential campaign, the younger Biden will face two prominent trials, the first of which pertains to a gun purchase from 2018.

Hunter Biden’s tax trial will start in September after a postponement in May.

President Joe Biden is unlikely to attend either of Hunter’s two trials this year, in addition to avoiding his son’s legal issues. The president plans to visit France on Tuesday to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day.

In a statement posted on Monday morning, Joe Biden stated, “I am the President, but I am also a Dad.” “Jill and I adore our kid and are really proud of the adult he has become. Hunter’s resilience in the face of adversity and his perseverance during his recovery inspire us. Because they have loved ones who have overcome addiction, many families understand what we mean.

“As president, I will not and will not remark on ongoing federal cases; yet, as a father, I have unwavering love, faith, and respect for my son’s strength. The president declared, “Our family has experienced a great deal together, and Jill and I will always be there for Hunter and our family with our love and support.

The first lady, along with¬†Melissa Cohen Biden, Hunter Biden’s wife, and Ashley Biden, the former’s sister, were present during the ceremony on Monday. Jill Biden showed up at the courts on Monday just before nine in the morning.

Hunter Biden allegedly wished the first lady, who turned 73 on Monday, a happy birthday. “I have a special event for you.”

The special counsel overseeing the prosecution, David Weiss, claims that prior to buying a pistol, Hunter Biden lied on federal paperwork regarding his then-current drug use. Hunter Biden is entering a not-guilty plea to the three linked offenses, but if found guilty, he could spend up to 25 years behind bars.

The first lady has been increasing her campaign appearances gradually in anticipation of Joe Biden’s close contest against former President Trump for reelection.

The first lady’s appearances on the campaign trail are essential for humanizing the president and assisting his campaign in connecting with less politically engaged groups, Democratic strategists recently told the Washington Examiner.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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