The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump may be over but federal officials are examining the behavior of former Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden. At least one major government watchdog believes the younger Biden may find himself in serious trouble.
Hunter Biden’s business dealings were at the center of Trump’s impeachment case following the revelation that he was being paid up to $50,000 per month to sit on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian natural gas producer, an amount well-above the average paid to top executives who sit on major corporate boards.
Moreover, the younger Biden had no experience on energy matters or in Ukraine, further raising suspicions that he was inappropriately leveraging his relationship with his father, who was serving as the U.S. vice president, for his personal financial gain. . .
Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton says that Hunter Biden’s business activities in Ukraine could land him in hot water with prosecutors at the Justice Department.
In an interview with One America News, Fitton said there is “strong evidence of criminal misconduct” by the younger Biden as the U.S. Treasury Department has begun turning over confidential bank records related to Biden in response to a request from Senate investigative committees that are scrutinizing his activities.
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