Hunter Biden’s Wife Berates Trump Ally In Courtroom Clash

Tensions ran high outside a Delaware courtroom where Hunter Biden is on trial for felony gun charges. During a break in the proceedings, Hunter Biden’s wife, Melissa Cohen-Biden, had a heated confrontation with Garrett Ziegler, a former aide to President Donald Trump.

According to NBC’s Sarah Fitzpatrick, Cohen-Biden approached Ziegler and launched into a verbal attack, saying, “You have no right to be here, you Nazi piece of s***!” Fitzpatrick noted that Ziegler did not respond to Cohen-Biden at the time but later defended himself.

“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 told Fitzpatrick.

“It’s sad. I’ve been sitting here the whole time and haven’t approached anyone,” Ziegler added, expressing his dismay over the altercation.

Fitzpatrick’s full report revealed that Cohen-Biden reentered the courtroom following the outburst and sat beside First Lady Jill Biden. Later, when approached by NBC, Cohen-Biden alleged that Ziegler had previously called her “the most horrific Jewish slurs” and questioned why he had not used similar slurs when referring to his ex-boss’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner.

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

Ziegler, who served in the Trump administration working on trade policy, is also the founder of Marco Polo, an organization that worked to publicize the contents of Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop. In September 2023, Hunter Biden sued Ziegler and Marco Polo, claiming their efforts to create a searchable database of his emails violated federal law.