Democrat Rep. Dan Goldman (N.Y.) argued that no evidence exists to show Joe Biden was involved in his son Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings after hearing the closed-door testimony of Hunter’s partner Devon Archer on Monday.
“There is not a shred of a single conflict of interest of President Biden ever doing anything in connection or in relations to undermine his business ventures,” Goldman said.
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“It was just to say hello…and there was nothing related to his business dealings,” Goldman said Archer told lawmakers. “It’s kind of a preposterous premise to think that a father should not say hello to people that the son is at dinner with and that is literally all the evidence is.”
“The witness indicated that Hunter spoke to his father every day, and approximately 20 times over the course of a 10-year relationship, Hunter may have put his father on the phone with any number of different people. And they never once spoke about any business dealings,” he said.
WATCH: Democrat Rep. Dan Goldman says: “There were approximately 20 occasions.. that Hunter Biden would ask his father to say hello to whomever he was at dinner.. but they never discussed any business.”pic.twitter.com/9KFRY1xVWp
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