Hunter Biden trial juror says he didn't buy 7-Eleven story in 'heart-wrenching' case

Hunter Biden, son of the President Joe Biden, said in a statement Tuesday after he was convicted by a Delaware jury that he is "more grateful" for the support from his family than he is "disappointed" in the guilty verdict.

“I am more grateful today for the love and support I experienced this last week from Melissa, my family, my friends, and my community than I am disappointed by the outcome," Biden said. 

"Recovery is possible by the grace of God, and I am blessed to experience that gift one day at a time," he added.

His defense attorney, Abbe Lowell, also issued a statement saying, “We are naturally disappointed by today’s verdict. We respect the jury process, and as we have done throughout this case, we will continue to vigorously pursue all the legal challenges available to Hunter."

"Through all he has been through in his recovery, including this trial, Hunter has felt grateful for and blessed by the love and support of his family," Lowell added.

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