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    Default Hunter advised crooked Romanian businessman (everywhere daddy went, Hunter went)

    The business dealings of Hunter Biden have become a contentious issue, with President Trump and his associates calling attention to the 49-year-old Biden's work in Ukraine, China and elsewhere. According to the New York Times, the younger Biden increased his international business efforts during his fatherís second term as vice president and began associating with figures about whom the U.S. or its ally nations were suspicious.

    Hunter Biden reportedly began advising Gabriel Popoviciu, a Romanian businessman said to have opened the country's first Pizza Hut restaurant, who came under authoritiesí scrutiny over his real estate dealings. The investigation into Popoviciu, who was known as one of the richest and most powerful men in Romania, came amid calls from the U.S. and its allies to crack down on rampant corruption in the country. This led to the conviction of the Romanian businessman and his seven-year sentence in prison.

    Other reports concerning the son of the leading 2020 presidential candidate focus on his role in the Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings, a company that employed him as a board member as the U.S. and the Obama administration were mulling a course of action amid Russia's invasion in Eastern Ukraine.

    Biden publicly bragged during an innocuous public event that he threatened the Ukrainian president to fire a top prosecutor, who happened at the time to have been investigating corruption of Burisma. The prosecutor, who was fired after the threat, was reportedly facing criticism back then by both Ukrainians and international officials for not bringing enough corruption prosecutions. Bidenís push to oust the prosecutor may have not been influenced by the probe of the company his son was involved in.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/joe...ver-corruption


    Was he negotiating for US interests, or was he negotiating for the best interests of Hunter Biden?

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    Quote Originally Posted by volsrock View Post
    The business dealings of Hunter Biden have become a contentious issue, with President Trump and his associates calling attention to the 49-year-old Biden's work in Ukraine, China and elsewhere. According to the New York Times, the younger Biden increased his international business efforts during his father’s second term as vice president and began associating with figures about whom the U.S. or its ally nations were suspicious.

    Hunter Biden reportedly began advising Gabriel Popoviciu, a Romanian businessman said to have opened the country's first Pizza Hut restaurant, who came under authorities’ scrutiny over his real estate dealings. The investigation into Popoviciu, who was known as one of the richest and most powerful men in Romania, came amid calls from the U.S. and its allies to crack down on rampant corruption in the country. This led to the conviction of the Romanian businessman and his seven-year sentence in prison.

    Other reports concerning the son of the leading 2020 presidential candidate focus on his role in the Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings, a company that employed him as a board member as the U.S. and the Obama administration were mulling a course of action amid Russia's invasion in Eastern Ukraine.

    Biden publicly bragged during an innocuous public event that he threatened the Ukrainian president to fire a top prosecutor, who happened at the time to have been investigating corruption of Burisma. The prosecutor, who was fired after the threat, was reportedly facing criticism back then by both Ukrainians and international officials for not bringing enough corruption prosecutions. Biden’s push to oust the prosecutor may have not been influenced by the probe of the company his son was involved in.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/joe...ver-corruption


    Was he negotiating for US interests, or was he negotiating for the best interests of Hunter Biden?
    Give it up already, dip shit. The Republican Party has determined that Biden will not be the nominee. Its time to assinate the character of the next Democrats in line.

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