A new report has alleged that Hunter Biden received tens of thousands of dollars over a year and a half period from Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings. Biden reportedly used his position at the company to defer $3.4 million to a company run by his business associate Devon Archer.
In a recent interview, Hunter Biden defended the ethics of his foreign dealings while his father Joe Biden was vice president. One America’s Chanel Rion has more from Washington D.C.
A career diplomat who oversaw Ukraine policy during the Obama administration, reportedly raised concerns about Hunter Biden’s board position in Ukraine back in 2015. Behind closed doors this week, George Kent told Congressional investigators he was turned away by a Biden staffer, when he tried to warn that Ukrainian officials saw hunter as a tool to gain influence with his father.
More leaks from the closed-door impeachment depositions are made public as reports say a State Department official filed a complaint about Rudy Giuliani.
Hunter Biden denies allegations of wrongdoing regarding his business activity in Ukraine. In an interview released Tuesday, Biden claimed he was qualified to be on the board of energy company Burisma, but acknowledged he did not have extensive knowledge of natural gas or Ukraine itself prior to joining.
Joe Biden’s son, 49-year-old Hunter Biden, will be leaving his position at a Chinese-backed private equity fund by the end of the month. The announcement was made in a statement released by his lawyers on Sunday.
A newly resurfaced video shows Hunter Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine were a source of controversy for the previous administration, long before President Trump’s July phone call. On Friday, reporters called attention to a State Department press conference held back in 2014. The department’s former spokesperson was asked if Hunter Biden’s position on the Burisma board could be perceived as a “conflict of interest” or “cronyism.”
Rudy Giuliani has sounded the alarm over a new report, suggesting that Joe Biden may have been paid up to $1 million in proceeds of corruption in Ukraine. In a Wednesday interview, the president’s attorney cited new findings from Ukrainian MP Andriy Derkach. The report reveals money transfers from Ukrainian energy company Burisma to Rosemont Seneca, the American based firm that represented Biden’s interests in that country.
The White House is saying Hunter Biden’s ties to Ukrainian gas companies appear to be an ethical conflict for former Vice President Joe Biden. How often does this happen in Washington D.C.? One America’s Jack Posobiec sat down with an oversight watchdog to learn more.