White House Aides Worry That Biden Will Suffer ‘Psychological Torment’ With Impending Hunter Trials

President Biden Meets With His Joint Chiefs And Combatant Commanders In The Cabinet Room
WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 15: U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks while meeting with the Joint Chiefs and Combatant Commanders in the Cabinet Room of the White House May 15, 2024 in Washington, DC. Biden will host a dinner later this evening for the same group. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
President Biden Meets With His Joint Chiefs And Combatant Commanders In The Cabinet Room WASHINGTON, DC – MAY 15: U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks while meeting with the Joint Chiefs and Combatant Commanders in the Cabinet Room of the White House May 15, 2024 in Washington, DC. Biden will host a dinner later this evening for the same group. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

OAN’s Abril Elfi
3:41 PM – Wednesday, May 15, 2024

An aide working for President Joe Biden who spoke to the press on the condition of anonymity said that administration members are extremely worried about how Biden will handle watching his son, Hunter, go to trial.

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According to a Politico report, three advisors told the source that White House staff and members of the First Family are concerned that the trial will negatively affect how the president serves, due to the added stress.

“He worries about Hunter every single day, from the moment he wakes up to the moment he goes to sleep,” one of the advisors told the outlet. “That will only pick up during a trial.”

Hunter’s gun crimes trial is set to begin June 3rd, and he could face jail time if convicted. He also faces a June 20th trial for federal tax charges brought against him as well.

The possibility of a delay vanished on Tuesday after a judge rejected his request to postpone the case.

For years, Hunter has maintained that the accusations made against are “politically motivated.” But ironically, the president’s son has also previously poked fun at former President Donald Trump for making the same argument in regards to his cases.

Hunter claimed that prosecutors gave in to pressure from congressional Republicans, who pushed for greater vigor on their part. Last year, a plea agreement was made that would have resulted in a diversionary agreement for the gun charges and a probationary term for the tax charges. However, it collapsed in a spectacular way.

The advisors reportedly said that the president was highly irritated by the development.

“Hunter Biden’s legal team has pushed to postpone or derail the trials in both cases. The trial in the tax case is scheduled to begin June 20 — less than three weeks after the start of the gun trial, which is expected to last three to six days,” Politico reported.

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