Hunter Biden pleads guilty to tax violations and possession of a firearm

The confession came under an agreement with the US Attorney's Office in his home state of Delaware

Prosecutors said Tuesday that US President Joe Biden‘s son Hunter has pleaded guilty to two counts of failing to pay federal income tax.

Hunter Biden also admitted, in an agreement with the US Attorney General’s office in his state of Delaware, that he possesses a firearm despite his drug use.

More than a month ago, a parliamentary oversight committee reported that members of the US president’s family and their associates made millions of dollars from foreign entities and companies during and after Vice President Joe Biden’s tenure under former President Barack Obama, using nearly 20 companies, and benefiting from an extensive network of Hidden business partners.

The first family, their partners and companies got at least $10 million just from companies run by Chinese and Romanian nationals through various deals struck by the first son, Hunter Biden, according to records from four separate banks exposed by the US House Oversight Committee and presented by the New York Post.

In addition, other information indicates that Biden has earned tens of millions of dollars from these businesses.

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