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The White House isn't ruling out a potential commutation for Hunter Biden after his conviction - KESQ

The White House isn't ruling out a potential commutation for Hunter Biden after his conviction - KESQ
By COLLEEN LONG Associated Press ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE (AP) — The White House isn’t ruling out a potential commutation for Hunter Biden, the president’s son who was convicted on three federal gun crimes and is set to be snetenced by a judge in the coming months. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters

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The White House has not ruled out the possibility of a commutation for Hunter Biden, who was convicted on three federal gun crimes. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre stated that she has not discussed the issue with the president since the verdict was delivered. While President Biden previously ruled out pardoning his son, the possibility of a commutation is still being considered.

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