Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden dismissed claims that his son, Hunter Biden leveraged his position when he was Vice President to secure overseas business deals, calling the allegations “garbage” and a “last-ditch effort” from President Trump’s “desperate campaign to smear me and my family.”
Republican Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, and Josh Hawley of Missouri on Thursday said the Senate Judiciary Committee will vote next Tuesday to subpoena Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey over the platform recent actions in limiting users from sharing two New York Post “smoking-gun” articles regarding newly uncovered emails from Hunter Biden linking his father Joe Biden while as Vice President to his foreign corrupt business dealings.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden while as Vice President was indeed introduced by his son, Hunter Biden to one of his business partners, a top Ukraine business executive, despite repeatedly denying any conflict of interests, according to a stash of smoking-gun emails obtained and revealed by the New York Post.
Sen. Mitt Romney(R-UT) on Wednesday slammed fellow Republican Sen. Ron Johnson(R-WI) investigation into Hunter Biden’s role on the board of Ukrainian gas firm Burisma Holdings, saying it is “not the legitimate role of government” to work to “damage political opponents.”
Senate Republicans issued their first subpoena on Wednesday into the Ukrainian energy firm that hired former Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) said the GOP subpoena tied to former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden and Ukrainian gas company Burisma “appears political.”