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Prosecutors investigating Hunter Biden on tax-related charges say a trial is imminent after plea deal negotiations fell apart last month.

David Weiss, the U.S. attorney leading the investigation moved to dismiss the case against Biden in new court filings so prosecutors can bring charges in Washington, D.C., or California.

The president’s son was set to agree to plead guilty to two tax offenses and enter a pretrial diversion program on a gun charge, allowing him to avoid a formal charge under specific conditions.

But the deal crumbled after a hearing last month when a Delaware district judge put off accepting the complex deal negotiated by Biden and the DOJ.

“After the hearing, the parties continued negotiating but reached an impasse,” Weiss wrote in Friday court filings. “A trial is therefore in order.”

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