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Biden faces 'major political blowback' if he flip-flops on Hunter pardon: experts

President Biden could face major "political blowback" should he ultimately decide to pardon his son, Hunter, following his conviction Tuesday on federal charges related to the purchase of a firearm, elections experts tell Fox News Digital.

Biden vowed to "accept the outcome" of the case following the verdict, and has said he will not be issuing a pardon, but considering his son faces a maximum of 25 years in prison, some say the possibility of the president changing his mind wouldn't be that far-fetched.

"I don't think that American voters really care very much about the gun charges. What they care about is the influence peddling, and these business dealings that have been covert. So, I think with a pardon, that immediately feeds into how there is impropriety going on with this family," Republican strategist Tricia McLaughlin told Fox.


"I don't even know if people are going to be paying attention at all to these gun charges, but I think that there would be major political backlash," she said, adding the trial had already led to more questions surrounding Hunter's infamous laptop.

The laptop was entered as evidence in the trial by prosecutors last week, further proof that it actually exists and was, in fact, not a tool of Russian disinformation as was suggested by Biden's 2020 presidential campaign and former Biden-supporting intelligence community officials.

"We know without a doubt the laptop exists, but I think that this just kind of unearths that issue even further, and the same would be said for a pardon, especially if Joe Biden said the laptop didn't exist, and called talk of a pardon Republican talking points," McLaughlin said. "If both those things turn out to be

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