Washington, D.C. - Attorney General Merrick Garland has responded to allegations of bias within the Justice Department following the plea agreement reached by Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden. Garland sought to address concerns by highlighting that the U.S. attorney in Delaware, who is leading the investigation into Hunter Biden, was appointed during the Trump administration and possesses complete authority in determining the handling of the case. Biden recently entered into a plea deal with federal prosecutors on charges related to his failure to pay federal taxes and his illegal acquisition of a handgun.
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