Joe Biden



Hunter Biden denies any wrongdoing in foreign business dealings

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.




Ukraine Files: Bidens got $17.5 million in racketeering

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.



Graham invites Giuliani to testify on alleged corruption in Ukraine

Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham invites Rudy Giuliani to appear before his panel to lay out his concerns regarding Ukraine. Graham reached out to the President’s personal attorney Tuesday, saying he wants to learn more about the “disturbing allegations” surrounding the firing of former Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin. Graham has been a firm supporter of the president since news of the whistleblower broke, and he has repeatedly called for an investigation into Joe Biden.