Levin: ‘Hunter Biden was very busy in Ukraine, in China, in Romania’

· October 25, 2019  
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A new report brings up new questions about Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings while his father, Joe Biden, was vice president, LevinTV host Mark Levin noted on the radio Thursday night, but who’s paying attention?

Levin read from an NBC report published earlier that day that outlined the details of the younger Biden’s legal work in Romania for a wealthy real estate tycoon accused of making a corrupt land deal while his father was still in office.

“We don’t know what [Hunter Biden] was paid or what he was paid for,” Washington University law professor Kathleen Clark said in the story, “but it does raise questions of whether this Romanian individual facing criminal charges was actually paying for a connection to the American vice president.”

“Hunter Biden was very busy in Ukraine, in China, in Romania,” Levin noted.

And yet, despite all of of these suspect-looking business dealings during his father’s time in office, Hunter Biden still hasn’t been asked to testify before Congress, and there’s unlikely to be much interest in the matter from the rest of the media.

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Author: Nate Madden

Nate Madden is BlazeTV’s congressional correspondent. Follow him @NateOnTheHill or send tips to nmadden@blazemedia.com.