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Why the Trump campaign never fundraised off the Hunter Biden trial

  • Former President Donald Trump did not send out or buy any digital fundraising advertisements taking aim at Hunter Biden during Biden's federal criminal trial.
  • It could be because Trump's own conviction is raising enough money without focusing on President Joe Biden's son.
  • The conviction also undermines a key Trump campaign talking point: that the Biden White House is controlling the Justice Department and corruptly directing the myriad criminal prosecutions Trump faces.

Former President Donald Trump has spent years attacking Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden's only surviving son, and raising campaign cash on his unfounded claims that the Biden family is corrupt and above the law.

Long before Hunter Biden was found guilty Tuesday of three federal gun crimes, Trump made the 54-year-old lawyer and recovering drug addict the centerpiece of his bare-knuckle campaign against Joe Biden during the 2020 presidential election.

Three years later, Trump's attacks on Hunter Biden got so bad that Biden's attorneys sent Trump's team a cease-and-desist letter, saying that Trump's constant railing against the younger Biden on social media was both "defamatory" and "could lead to his or his family's injury."

With a history like this, it's easy to imagine that Hunter Biden's trial and subsequent conviction for lying on a federally mandated form he filled out to purchase a Colt Cobra handgun while he was addicted to crack cocaine would present a fundraising bonanza for the Trump campaign.

But it didn't. On the contrary, since the start of the trial, Trump does not appear to have mentioned Hunter Biden on any of his fundraising platforms, according to a CNBC analysis of advertising and fundraising data.

Since June 1, Trump's political

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