Musk suggested checking Biden’s son’s involvement in corruption in states 21:44

American businessman Elon Musk suggested checking whether US President Hunter Biden’s son is involved in corrupting foreign countries. This has been reported X (formerly Twitter) businessman.

Musk emphasized that Hunter Biden’s actions in his personal time did not affect society, but he may have been involved in corruption in other states, which deserves a comprehensive investigation.

So, the entrepreneur commented on the publication regarding the lawsuit filed against Hunter Biden in the gun possession violation case.

Before that, US President Joe Biden, on the occasion of the start of jury selection to discuss the gun violations case against his son Hunter statedthat he has “limitless love” for her and is proud of her.

previous day reportedIt was stated that an appeals court in Pennsylvania rejected the request of Hunter Biden, the son of current US President Joe Biden, to dismiss the gun possession case. He is charged with three offenses: two counts of lying in writing in response to a question about drug possession and use in 2018, and possession of a firearm despite a drug ban.

Previously, Hunter Biden in June will appear in tax court.

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Source: Gazeta


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