Tense Courtroom Confrontation: Hunter Biden’s Wife Accuses Trump Aide

A courtroom in Delaware became the scene of a dramatic confrontation when Hunter Biden’s wife, Melissa Cohen-Biden, verbally attacked Garrett Ziegler, a former Trump White House aide, during a break in Hunter Biden’s felony gun charge trial.

As reported by NBC’s Sarah Fitzpatrick, Cohen-Biden approached Ziegler in the hallway and accused him of being a “Nazi piece of s***.” Fitzpatrick noted that Ziegler did not respond at the moment but later clarified, “For the record, I’m not a Nazi; I’m a believer in the U.S. Constitution. I haven’t said one thing to them.”

Ziegler expressed his frustration, saying, “It’s sad. I’ve been sitting here the whole time and haven’t approached anyone.”

According to Fitzpatrick’s detailed report, Cohen-Biden returned to the courtroom and took her seat beside First Lady Jill Biden after the incident. When later asked by NBC, Cohen-Biden claimed that Ziegler had previously hurled “the most horrific Jewish slurs” at her and questioned why he had never used such slurs against Jared Kushner, former President Trump’s son-in-law.

In a text message to NBC, Ziegler denied the allegations: “Melissa’s statements to you are preposterous. I’ve never called her any slurs. It’s just made up.”

Ziegler, who worked on trade policy in the Trump administration, also founded Marco Polo, an organization dedicated to publicizing the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop. Hunter Biden sued Ziegler and Marco Polo in September 2023, alleging that their creation of a searchable database of his emails violated federal law.

The confrontation highlights the ongoing tensions and high stakes surrounding the trial of Hunter Biden, which has drawn significant public and media attention.

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