The most striking of Archer’s claims was Hunter’s habit of putting his father on speakerphone during meetings with foreign business partners – a tactic that awed them into believing Hunter’s commercial influence went all the way to the then-Vice President Joe Biden.
Archer called it an ‘an abuse of soft power’ in an interview with Tucker Carlson.
But a closer look at the 141-page transcript of Archer’s nearly four-hour interview with the House Oversight Committee released Thursday reveals further shocking details that point to shady dealing or possible criminality by the President’s son, and potentially corrupt links with Joe.
Archer, 58, described meetings at the White House and VP’s official residence with Hunter’s business partners that were inexplicably left off official Obama administration logs.
He told congressional staffers under penalty of perjury, that Joe’s 2013 meeting with Hunter’s Chinese business partner in Beijing was more extensive than previously admitted – and was followed up with a conference call.