Friday, May 24, 2024

WH Chief of Staff Claims Hunter Biden Handled Foreign Business Deals Properly

'They’re private matters. They don’t involve the president... '

(Headline USA) The White House continues to insist that Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, did not break any laws, despite the fact that he is under a federal criminal investigation for alleged tax fraud and money laundering.

“Of course the president is confident that his son didn’t break the law,” White House chief of staff Ron Klain told ABC News on Sunday.

“But most importantly, as I said, that’s a matter that’s going to be decided by the Justice Department, by the legal process. It’s something that no one at the White House has involvement in.”

Klain also said the president is confident that his son did not cross any ethical lines while conducting foreign business deals with Chinese and Ukrainian businessmen.

“The president is confident that his family did the right thing,” he said. “But again, I just want to be really clear — these are actions by Hunter and his [Joe Biden’s] brother. They’re private matters. They don’t involve the president. And they certainly are something that no one at the White House is involved in.”

The Republican senators investigating Hunter Biden’s finances provided records last week proving that he used his father’s name and political connections to score lucrative deals with a Chinese firm linked to the Chinese Communist Party. 

Multiple legal experts, including the lawyer representing Hunter Biden’s baby mama, expect Hunter Biden to be charged once the federal investigation into his finances is complete.

“I expect him to be indicted,” attorney Clint Lancaster said earlier this month. “Just based on what I saw in his financial records, I would be surprised if he’s not indicted.”

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