Prospective jurors in Hunter Biden's firearms case questioned on gun rights, addiction, politics

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Prospective jurors in a federal gun case against President Joe Biden's son Hunter were questioned Monday on their thoughts about gun rights and drug addiction while the first lady watched from the front row of the courtroom in a show of support for her son.

As the first day of jury selection broke for lunch, Hunter Biden walked over to his mom and leaned over the railing that separates the audience from the trial participants to hug and kiss her on the cheek. Monday was the first lady's 73rd birthday.

The judge planned to seat 16 jurors, including four alternates, and t...

 

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