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A tale of two families: Trumps hide and Bidens unite in face of criminal trials

First Lady Jill Biden only missed one day of her son Hunter Biden’s federal gun charges trial last week when she traveled to France to mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day with the president.

She attended court on Wednesday before jetting off to Normandy and was back at the federal building in Wilmington, Delaware by Friday morning.

And she hasn’t been alone — President Biden’s youngest son has been surrounded by family members on each day of his trial, which began last week. Hunter has walked hand-in-hand with his glamorous wife, Melissa Cohen Biden, into the building every morning before court. His sister Ashley Biden, aunt Valerie Biden, uncle James Biden and maternal aunt Bonny Jacobs have all shown up. His daughter Naomi Biden was also present, albeit in her capacity as a witness for the defense.

The rallying around by the first family is notable, even as painfully intimate and at times embarrassing details have emerged in testimony about the fallout from Hunter’s addiction to crack cocaine.

During Naomi Biden’s testimony about the strain her father’s addiction put on their relationship, members of the Biden family held hands and at times, some broke down in tears.

The symbolic show of loyalty has drawn particular scrutiny for the fact that it was preceded by another headline-grabbing criminal trial: the hush money case brought against Donald Trump.

For much of the former president’s six-week trial in New York, he attended the Manhattan criminal courthouse without family, surrounded only by lawyers and a rotating cast of political allies.

Many of the Trump family distanced themselves from the trial. Donald Trump Jr showed up for the first time as the defense was resting its case. Tiffany Trump and her husband

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