Joe Biden’s campaign released a new video Tuesday night featuring a corruption activist who criticized Hunter Biden’s business in the country as “very bad.”
The lead House impeachment manager, Rep. Adam Schiff of California, likely mischaracterized evidence brought forward by Lev Parnas in a letter last week.
If Democrats had taken their job seriously in the House, the following people already would have come forward to testify during impeachment proceedings.
According to a new report, the IRS placed a tax lien on Hunter Biden, and his ex-wife Kathleen Biden, for a whopping $112,805 in unpaid taxes.
Impeachment feels a lot like a political kamikaze attack on President Trump. It may hurt him, but it’s going to be worse for Democrats.
An Iowa voter criticized Joe Biden for his son’s dealings in Ukraine, Biden grew confrontational and insulted the voters weight.
Rep. Adam Schiff’s 300-page Trump-Ukraine impeachment report is what you would expect after two weeks of hearsay and opinion testimony: unsupported conclusions based upon faulty assumptions.
Their latest effort against the top Republican on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence is to accuse him, without evidence, of secretly meeting in Vienna with a former Ukrainian official ‘to get dirt on Biden.’
Board members on energy companies listed in the S&P 500 made far less than Hunter Biden’s $600,000 a year, showing Biden was showered in excess compensation.
The first phase of impeachment did not go well for Democrats. It needed to be a time when support for the inquiry and impeachment grew. Instead, it shrank.
The Ukrainian government is investigating Burisma founder Mykola Zlochevsky, the head of the infamous gas company connected to Hunter Biden.
The Democrats’ own witnesses have exonerated the president and have provided further evidence for investigating the Bidens for their business in Ukraine.
Is it principled for Trump to be impeached or forced to resign when the weight of the evidence supporting a personal interest quid pro quo is arguably stronger for Biden than it is for Trump?
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent made the case for launching an investigation into the Bidens and their involvement in Ukraine.
A State Department email from February 2016 cited specifically Hunter Biden’s involvement with Burisma when discussing the possibility of setting up a meeting with Burisma’s consulting firm.
If impeaching President Donald Trump is truly about arriving at the truth, then Democrats should have no problem including Joe and Hunter Biden in the impeachment proceedings.
As polling shows the steam running out of the impeachment effort, Democrats turn to spicier language.
CNN failed to disclose that a key Biden apologist it interviewed on-air had significant conflicts of interest regarding Burisma, the controversial Ukrainian gas company that paid Joe Biden’s son millions of dollars to sit on its board.
Former special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker told lawmakers under oath that he was never asked to do anything wrong by any member of the administration, including President Trump.
If Hunter carries himself publicly as he did in this interview, people will neither like him nor trust him—and that may spell trouble for Joe.
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