Former Business Associate of Hunter Biden, Devon Archer, Grilled by Reporters After Testimony

Devon Archer, a former business associate of Hunter Biden, faced tough questions from reporters as he exited his testimony on Monday. Archer had testified under oath before the House Oversight Committee, providing insight into the details of his involvement in Hunter’s overseas business dealings.

According to Republican Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, who spoke to the Daily Caller, Archer revealed during his testimony that Joe and Hunter Biden had discussed their business deals on “more than 20 occasions.”

The testimony sheds light on the extent of the conversations between Joe Biden, then a private citizen, and his son Hunter Biden regarding their business ventures abroad. The House Oversight Committee’s inquiry into the overseas dealings of the Bidens continues to attract significant media attention and public interest.

“Are you confident that the committee is gonna be able to follow up on your testimony?” one reporter asked Archer.

“When do you plan to report to federal custody?” another asked.

“Did you say that Hunter Biden called a staffer around associates about twenty times over the span of ten years?” asked another.

“Can you talk about the Biden brand? What does that mean?” a woman asked.

“Is the president compromised?” asked another reporter as Archer stood in the elevator.

“What do you mean by the Biden brand? Was the president implicated?” the woman asked as the elevator door shut.

Joe Biden has repeatedly having any involvement or knowledge about his son’s business dealings prior to the 2020 presidential election. Whistleblowers have claimed otherwise, providing Congress with a WhatsApp message that Hunter Biden allegedly sent on July 30, 2017, to a Chinese energy associate, threatening that his father was sitting next to him.

An FD-1023 form alleges that Ukrainian oligarch Mykola Zlochevsky, the owner of Ukrainian energy company Burisma, bribed the Bidens $5 million to get a prosecutor fired for investigating the company. The president called the bribery scheme reports “a bunch of malarkey” during a June 8 press event.

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