Federal prosecutors announced they will seek an indictment of Hunter Biden by the end of September. Many believed the President’s son would put a stop to his legal woes last month as he intended to take a plea deal for his misdemeanor tax charges and enter a diversion program for a separate felony gun charge. However, the plea agreement fell apart when a judge questioned several aspects of the deal, sending his legal team back to the drawing board. Nevertheless, Hunter may finally have his day in court, with U.S. special counsel David Weiss seeking a federal indictment. FOX News Sunday Anchor, Shannon Bream, joins the Rundown to break down the developments in the case, discuss President Biden’s trip to India, and preview her interview with Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin (R-VA) this Sunday.

Months ago, a jury found Alex Murdaugh guilty of two counts of murder for the nationally covered killings of his wife and son. On Tuesday, Alex Murdaugh’s lawyers filed a motion for a new trial, citing compelling evidence of jury tampering in which the Colleton County clerk told the jury “not to believe a word Murdaugh says.” Anchor of The Story, Martha MacCallum, sat down for an exclusive interview with Alex’s son, Buster Murdaugh, who shared his suspicions about the conviction of his father. Martha joins the podcast to share her analysis of Buster’s unique perspective, including whether he believes his father is guilty, her thoughts on the likelihood Murdaugh will receive a retrial, and more about her new FOX Nation special, ‘The Fall of the House of Murdaugh.’
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