Video: Biden Loses Control When Asked THIS

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

During a recent visit to a wind farm plant in New Mexico, President Joe Biden responded to a question by Fox News journalist Peter Doocy about his alleged involvement in his son’s business affairs. Biden emphasized the success of his administration in fostering employment and green investment in the country.

The GOP has been deeply exploring Biden’s possible ties to his son’s business activities following suspicions of undue influence. In January, subsequent to the Republican Party gaining control of the House during the past midterm elections, the House Oversight Committee initiated a probe into the Biden family’s commercial transactions. However, the president has continuously repudiated any misconduct, with official statements emphasizing that he never engaged in business with his son.

Doocy questioned the president about claims suggesting that Biden was frequently on speakerphone during business meetings with his son’s associates. Responding to this, Biden dismissed the query and stated that he never discussed business in such a manner.

These questions stemmed from statements made by Devon Archer, an associate of Hunter Biden. Archer’s testimony in a closed hearing to the House Oversight Committee indicated that on multiple occasions, Hunter would put his father on speakerphone during business discussions. This tactic was purportedly used to underscore his significance and for protective advantage. Furthermore, it was mentioned that Biden dined with his son and overseas business contacts a couple of times, subsequent to which transactions were made to companies affiliated with Biden. Nonetheless, Archer clarified that the conversations weren’t business-centric.

Adding context, Archer shared a 2019 text from Hunter which highlighted the vulnerabilities of those in power. This message followed a query regarding the lack of intervention from the Biden family during Archer’s legal issues, which ultimately led to his conviction.

Zachary Cohen, a national security journalist with CNN, commented that Archer’s testimony lacked the definitive evidence that Republicans were seeking. Instead, it portrayed Hunter as someone trying to manipulate business colleagues into believing he could provide access to his father.

Previously in July, when questioned about the president’s possible business relations with his son, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre firmly stated that the president had never been involved in any business transactions with his son.