It has come to light that Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, had a meeting with lawyers who were involved in former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial in 2019. This revelation adds to the ongoing scrutiny surrounding Hunter’s foreign business dealings and his connections to Ukrainian officials.
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Hunter Biden’s foreign business ventures have long been tied to President Trump. In 2019, Trump famously requested that the Ukrainian President investigate Hunter’s involvement with a Ukrainian gas company, which ultimately led to Trump’s first impeachment.
A recent report from Politico has uncovered documents from Hunter Biden’s tax and gun case that show he disclosed having a meeting with impeachment lawyers in 2019. This information is significant because it highlights the intense political pressure surrounding the impeachment and raises questions about the influence it may have had on the legal proceedings.
It is worth noting that Trump frequently criticized Hunter Biden during his presidency, even mentioning him during a speech shortly before the January 6th attack on the Capitol. Biden’s lawyers argued that this political pressure was a compelling reason not to bring any charges against him. They believed that doing so would only discredit the Justice Department in the eyes of the public, particularly if the charges were related to minor offenses such as late tax payments.
Additionally, Biden’s lawyers delved into the specifics of his taxes, claiming that any mistakes were the result of miscommunications, incompetent accountants, and even his struggles with substance abuse. They also highlighted the fact that Hunter was actively working towards resolving his tax issues when he found himself caught up in the impeachment inquiry.
This latest development in the ongoing saga between Trump and the Bidens further underscores the partisan divide surrounding the impeachment. While critics of Trump argued that he improperly used his position to pressure Ukraine into investigating Joe and Hunter Biden, the Trump administration consistently maintained that the delay in military aid to Ukraine was unrelated to any investigations and was instead motivated by concerns about corruption in the country.
As the House Oversight Committee continues to investigate the Biden family’s business dealings in Ukraine, it remains to be seen how these revelations about Hunter Biden’s involvement in the impeachment trial will impact the ongoing scrutiny surrounding the Bidens. Nonetheless, the impeachment trial of Donald Trump ultimately ended in his acquittal, with the Senate failing to reach the necessary two-thirds majority required for conviction.