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A State Department official focused on Ukraine policy told Congress this week he raised concerns about Hunter Biden’s role on the board of a Ukrainian natural gas firm in 2015, but was rebuffed by former Vice President Joe Biden’s staff which said the office was preoccupied with Beau Biden’s cancer battle, Fox News has confirmed.
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent, who testified behind closed doors before committees spearheading the formal House impeachment inquiry, told congressional investigators that he had qualms about Hunter Biden’s role on the board of the Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings.
The article goes on to state the following:
The Washington Post first reported details of Kent’s testimony on Friday, which included his concerns that the younger Biden’s role in the company could complicate U.S. diplomatic efforts with Ukrainian officials, and raised the issue of a possible conflict of interest. Kent also testified that he was worried that Hunter Biden’s position would make Ukrainian officials think he was a channel of influence to his father, who was vice president at the time.
I am surprised that climate alarmists aren’t angry that Biden’s son was working for an ‘evil’ energy company…
“State Department official told Congress he raised concerns about Hunter Biden’s Ukraine dealings in 2015 but was ignored” https://t.co/O9zOMhthZu
— David G. Vequist IV, Ph.D. (@DrDV4) October 18, 2019
This is why the Democrats are doing the depositions in secret.
Corrupt from start to finish.
State Department official told Congress he raised concerns about Hunter Biden’s Ukraine dealings in 2015 but was ignoredhttps://t.co/dLZg9QyagX
— Cicero (@mthjwbgs) October 18, 2019
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