Joe Biden’s last surviving son, Hunter, previously sat on the board of Ukraine’s largest private gas company, Burisma in 2014. At the same time his father, the then vice-president, was leading American policy in the region. (2)
BREAKING VIDEO: Tony Bobulinski tells @WeAreSinclair the team of @FBI agents who questioned him for five hours focused intensively not just on Hunter Biden's work in China but also on his tenure on the board of Burisma in Ukraine.
Biden answers question about his son Hunter’s business dealings in Ukraine, saying he was on the board of Burisma. Biden says he had no dealings with the company. “I did my job impeccably” and says there is no evidence his son did anything wrong in Ukraine #Debates2020
Q: Did the President of the United States ever say to you that he was not going to allow aid from the United States to go to the Ukraine unless there were investigations into Burisma, the Bidens, or the 2016 elections? Volker: No, he did not.
WATCH —> Amb. Volker just took apart Democrats’ ENTIRE case. @RepMikeTurner : Did he ever say to you that he was not going to allow aid with the US to go to Ukraine unless there were investigations into Burisma, the Bidens or the 2016 election? VOLKER: No he did not.
New Investigation into Hunter Biden’s Ukraine Company began prior to Trump’s call with President Zelensky and before he was even elected. Bank Records from Burisma Executive Devon Archer, acquired through FBI Raids reveal that Hunter was paid $166,000 per month, not $50,000.