Joe Biden expresses his “infinite love” for his son Hunter at the opening of his trial.

Joe Biden expresses his “infinite love” for his son Hunter at the opening of his trial.

Hunter Biden is accused of lying when filling out a firearm acquisition form in 2018, in which he denied his use of drugs.

Joe Biden assured his son Hunter on Monday, whose trial for illegal gun possession opens before a federal court, of his “infinite love,” refraining from commenting on the process itself.

“As president, I will not comment on an ongoing federal process, but as a father, I have infinite love for my son, I trust him, and I respect his strength,” said the American president in a statement.

Hunter Biden is accused of lying when filling out a firearm acquisition form in 2018, in which he denied his use of drugs.

While Donald Trump has just been convicted in New York, a new explosive trial opens today in Delaware involving the current president’s family. Hunter, Joe Biden’s youngest son, is accused of lying when filling out a firearm acquisition form in 2018, in which he denied his use of drugs.

He never used the gun, which he kept for eleven days, before his lover threw it in a trash can. The trial of a president’s child prosecuted by his father’s Justice Department is an unprecedented spectacle and promises a display of sordid details that the White House would have preferred to avoid in the middle of an electoral campaign.

Hunter Biden has never hidden it. Following the death of his brother Beau from cancer in 2015, he plunged into drugs and alcohol for several years. However, his lawyer Abbe Lowell claims that he did not break the law and that this whole affair is nothing more than a political machination to…

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was “surprised and disappointed” in an interview broadcast on Sunday, June 2, by the fact that the US administration does not support sanctions against the International Criminal Court (ICC), whose prosecutor wants an arrest warrant against him.

The White House estimated this week that sanctioning this organization would not be “the right approach,” although President Joe Biden had called the request for arrest warrants against Israeli leaders “outrageous.” However, Secretary of State Antony Blinken had previously hinted that the administration was open to working with Congress on a response to the ICC prosecutor’s announcement.

“The United States had stated that they would support (…) the proposed laws on sanctions,” said the Israeli prime minister in an interview with Sirius XM radio recorded on Wednesday, before Joe Biden announced a plan to end hostilities in Gaza.

“I thought that was still the American position because there was a bipartisan consensus (Republican and Democrat, NDLR) just a few days ago, that there was going to be a proposed law on sanctions against the ICC if it persisted in seeking these warrants,” he added. “Now you say there is a question mark, and frankly, I am surprised and disappointed,” he further said.

“America is in danger”

“In fact, America is in danger, because if the elected Israeli officials (…) are subject to arrest warrants and the Israeli soldiers are subject to arrest warrants, the same thing will happen to your soldiers and your elected officials,” launched Benjamin Netanyahu.

Republican legislators are pushing to adopt measures against the ICC, whose prosecutor Karim Khan has requested arrest warrants against Benjamin Netanyahu, his defense minister, and three Hamas leaders for alleged crimes committed in the Gaza Strip and in Israel.

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