Hunter Biden Admits He Would Not Have Been on Burisma Board Except for His Father’s Position as Vice President (VIDEO)
After leaving office in 2017, Vice President Joe Biden bragged about strong-arming the government of Ukraine to fire its top prosecutor.
Joe Biden made the remarks during a meeting of foreign policy specialists. Biden said he, “Threatened Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in March 2016 that the Obama administration would pull $1 billion in U.S. loan guarantees, sending the former Soviet republic toward insolvency, if it didn’t immediately fire Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin.” Biden suggested during his talk that Barack Obama was in on the threat.
In April John Solomon revealed what Biden did not tell his audience. Joe Biden had Shokin fired because he was investigating Joe Biden’s son Hunter.
Poroshenko was investigating $3 million in funds that were being transferred out of Ukraine and into accounts in the United States at that time.
Joe Biden had him fired.
In May President Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani said in an interview that he plans to travel to Ukraine to push the country’s leadership on several probes that may prove “very, very helpful” to President Trump, as Republicans continue looking to turn the tables on Democrats and prove that they — not the GOP — were the party that improperly conspired with foreign actors.
Rudy Giuliani later joined Sean Hannity to discuss this international scandal involving Joe Biden and his drug addict son, Hunter Biden.
Rudy told Sean that Joe Biden will be investigated no matter what.
Three days later Rep. Adam Schiff told ABC that President Trump should not be allowed to investigate Joe Biden’s criminal dealings in Ukraine.
Joe Biden and his son also secured a billion-dollar China deal just days after former Vice President Joe Biden visited China in 2013.
On Tuesday morning Hunter Biden sat down with ABC News to discuss his lucrative career as the son of Joe Biden.
During the conversation Hunter Biden admits he would not have been on the Burisma Board except for his father’s position. But Hunter does not regret being on the board. Then he attacked President Trump or Rudy Giuliani.
WATCH: Hunter Biden completely melts down in new interview pic.twitter.com/k5IcOxwhDT
— Austere Scholar Poso (@JackPosobiec) October 15, 2019
Hunter Biden tells ABC that he exercised "poor judgment" but also that he did "nothing wrong at all."
Says he takes "full responsibility" but also that he did nothing "improper… not in any way whatsoever."
Says he was in the middle of "a swamp." pic.twitter.com/EMoiiLWHR6
— Eddie Zipperer (@EddieZipperer) October 15, 2019