A former business associate of Hunter Biden contested Joe Biden’s denial of interactions with his son’s foreign business associates, calling it “complete malarkey.”
The House Oversight Committee revealed subpoenaed bank records showing Hunter’s business made direct payments to President Biden, raising concerns about potential conflicts of interest.
Eric Schwerin, a business partner of Hunter, was involved in managing Hunter’s financial affairs and had interactions with Joe Biden and his advisors. (Trending: Democrat Accused Of Blocking Release of Jeffrey Epstein Flight Logs)
The investigation also highlighted payments from a corporate entity receiving funds from various sources, including China, amid DOJ investigations into Hunter.
The Committee’s efforts were supported by whistleblower testimony and a federal judge’s rejection of a proposed plea deal, hinting at a possible cover-up attempt by the Justice Department.
Joe Biden’s past interactions with his son’s foreign business associates were also brought into question.
“I’m not going to comment on it… I did not. It was just a bunch of lies,” Biden said.
“When Joe Biden was Vice President, he spoke by phone, attended dinners, and had coffee with his son’s foreign business associates,” James Comer said.
“He allowed his son to catch a ride on Air Force Two at least a dozen times to sell the ‘Biden Brand’ around the world.”
When questioned on the allegations, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre shamefully avoided answering, saying, “I have not seen that report, so I would have to refer you to my colleagues over at the White House Counsel’s Office on that particular question,” Jean-Pierre said.