From Washington: Why Hunter Biden’s Conviction Could Be Bad News For Former President Trump

 This past week, Hunter Biden became the first child of a sitting President to be convicted of a crime. Though the verdict initially seemed like it could have negative political implications for his father, some media headlines say the jury’s decision ‘shatters’ the Trump campaign’s narrative that the Justice Department is unfairly targeting the former President. Host of ‘The Guy Benson Show,’ Guy Benson, shares his thoughts on how the historic conviction could impact the 2024 race, whether President Biden will end up pardoning his son or commuting his sentence, and why Hunter’s case can’t accurately be compared to the Former President’s. 


The veepstakes are underway! Former President Donald Trump has nearly a month to choose his running mate for the 2024 election, and there are several well-known individuals on his not-so-short list. Kyle Kondik, the managing editor of Sabato’s Crystal Ball at the University of Virginia Center for Politics, discusses Trump’s possible VP picks and their potential impact on his campaign.