George Kent Wednesday / Burisma--The Ukranian / Hunter Biden

Top State Department official George Kent said Wednesday that some U.S. officials, including himself, "constantly" pushed to investigate Burisma--the Ukranian energy company that paid Hunter Biden $50,000.00 a month.

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