DOJ investigating Hunter Biden over foreign lobbying

The Justice Department is investigating President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden over allegations of foreign lobbying violations, including in China, Ukraine and Kazakhstan, according to a new report.

“The report said Hunter Biden’s ‘extensive work with foreign businesses came under scrutiny from prosecutors looking into whether he should have registered with the Justice Department’ under the Foreign Agents Registration Act,” according to the Washington Examiner.

“Hunter Biden held a lucrative position on the board of Ukrainian energy giant Burisma when his father was vice president. He also pursued business deals in China, Kazakhstan, and elsewhere during and after his father’s tenure,” the report added.

The report said “federal prosecutors in Delaware have issued scores of subpoenas for documents related to Hunter Biden’s foreign work and for bank accounts linked to him and his associates, including two formerly close business partners, Eric Schwerin and Devon Archer” over the past two years, according to The New York Times.

The new report continues to build on concerns held for some time regarding Hunter Biden, reaching back to before Biden was president.

The information could continue to hurt the Biden administration during the midterms, if new evidence is revealed to confirm the matter.

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