Florida Republican Rep. Byron Donald said “the money will show up” after Mr. Biden leaves the country, lashing out at Democrats’ efforts to dismiss the bribery allegations surrounding Hunter Biden.
Biden pleaded not guilty to all charges after U.S. District Judge Marielen Noreika rejected both the original plea bargain and a more limited amendment on July 26, and the plea deal fell through. Republicans in Congress, Republican candidates for the 2024 presidential nomination, and legal experts all criticized. The plea deal was announced on June 20, and some called it a “lover deal.”
Democratic Rep. Jake Auchincloss of Massachusetts tried to quell fears about the scandal on Sunday.
“The Republicans are trying to stir up smoke, not fire,” Auchincloss argued on Fox News Sunday. “They are desperately trying to distract the American public from the most important indictment in American history, the indictment of Donald Trump.”
Trump acquitted of all charges in Thursday’s arraignment after special counsel Jack Smith secured four indictments against Trump in connection with his efforts to challenge the results of the 2020 election. Admitted.
“It’s completely wrong, but that’s their claim. We know what happened here,” Ms. Donald told Fox News host Laura Ingraham. “Hunter Biden and Joe Biden were opening accounts, setting up LLCs, hiding money, hiding money, sending money here and there. Hunter Biden travels the world with Joe Biden. Joe. “When Biden leaves, he leaves the country.Suddenly money appears.You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to see it.”
Internal Revenue Service Whistleblower Gary Shapley and fellow whistleblowers Joseph Zeigler At a rally on July 19, he testified about obstructing an investigation against Biden. hearing House Oversight Committee held.
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