Critics doubt White House claim that President Biden won’t pardon Hunter: ‘Sure, sure…’

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Social media users were skeptical of the claim that President Biden wouldn’t issue a pardon for his son Hunter by the White House on Thursday.

Fox News’ Mark Meredith asked White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on the possibility as Hunter Biden faces ongoing legal issues and federal investigations.

“I know you said not a lot has changed since yesterday and it’s a personal matter, but, from a presidential perspective, is there any possibility that the president would end up pardoning his son?” Meredith asked.

“No,” Jean-Pierre replied.

When Meredith attempted to press further, she insisted, “I just said no. I just answered.”

Various Twitter users expressed doubts on the response.

“Why would he need to? His own DOJ just tried to slip a blanket immunity deal past a federal judge,” The Spectator contributing editor Stephen Miller tweeted.

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