Report: Hunter Biden's Lawyers Warned of Potential Testimony from President Biden in the Event of DOJ Charges
According to POLITICO, Chris Clark, a lawyer representing Hunter Biden, has reportedly threatened the U.S. attorney investigating his client
Threats Made by Lawyer Representing Hunter Biden
According to POLITICO, Chris Clark, a lawyer representing Hunter Biden, has reportedly threatened the U.S. attorney investigating his client. Clark warned that if charges were brought against Hunter Biden, the defense would call President Joe Biden to testify. This potential move could create a constitutional crisis by pitting the president against his own Department of Justice.
Possible Involvement of President Biden in Son's Criminal Trial
Federal prosecutors have warned that President Joe Biden may be called as a witness in a potential criminal trial involving his son, Hunter Biden. The warning came after news media leaked information suggesting that Hunter Biden could be charged for illegally purchasing a firearm while being a drug addict. The prosecutors argue that President Biden's involvement as a witness could lead to a spectacle and potentially create a Constitutional crisis.
Change of Heart by Special Counsel David Weiss
Special counsel David Weiss reportedly had a change of heart during the investigation into Hunter Biden, according to The New York Times. Before being appointed as special counsel, Weiss was initially willing to forgo prosecuting Hunter Biden and was close to ending the investigation without requiring a guilty plea on any charges. This development adds to the ongoing scrutiny surrounding the case.
Allegations of Interference in the Biden Probe
According to reports, there has been a change in the position of a certain individual named Weiss regarding a probe into President Biden. This change apparently occurred when two IRS agents came forward as whistleblowers and claimed that they were prevented from further investigating the Biden probe due to pressure from higher authorities at the Department of Justice.
Demands and Requests by Prosecutor David Weiss
The article discusses how a prosecutor, David Weiss, has demanded that Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, plead guilty to tax crimes and enter a deferred prosecution agreement for a gun charge. Weiss has also requested to be appointed as a special counsel in the case, citing reasons such as greater authority to investigate and prosecute, increased leverage over Hunter Biden, and the need to respond to backlash from Republicans.