President Biden weighed in on whether or not he would pardon his son

President Biden has ruled out pardoning his son Hunter if he is convicted on charges in the ongoing felony gun trial. 

In an interview with ABC News' David Muir in Normandy, France, Biden was asked whether he would accept the results of the federal trial underway in Delaware, which he replied "yes."

And when asked whether he would rule out pardoning Hunter if convicted, Biden also answered "yes."

Hunter was charged with three counts of federal gun crimes, related to a gun registration document in which he said he was not taking any illegal drugs when he purchased a firearm in 2018.

He faces a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison if he is convicted on all three counts against him.

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