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Biden Ukraine dealings–7 essential facts

1. Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, joined the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma in April 2014, according to RSB bank records. Hunter Biden had little background in energy. Over a 16-month period, Burisma paid $3.1 million to a bank account associated with Hunter’s business.

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Mitt Romney advisor sits on Burisma board of directors

Mitt Romney’s national security advisor in his 2012 campaign — a career CIA spook who rose to its top levels — sits on the board of directors of Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company that formerly paid Hunter Biden $50k a month despite his complete lack of credentials or qualifications.

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Hunter Biden’s $83k per month Burisma Salary raises questions about role

The younger Biden, who has a history of getting rich from entities tied to his father, is at center of controversy after President Donald Trump suggested the Ukrainian government look into his business dealings in the country. Although the former vice president has attempted to paint the issue as an abuse of power on Trump’s part, many have noted the unanswered questions surrounding his son’s tenure at Burisma points to serious conflict of interests, if not outright corruption.

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Rep. Ratcliffe on Ukraine transcript: Dems ‘have harmed our national security’ in their desire to destroy Trump

Do you think that Mr. Zelensky’s happy about having his conversations about [Emmanuel] Macron and [Angela] Merkel out there for a world to see, and don’t you think that’s going to influence any conversation that President Trump or any president that follows him has with any world leader,” Ratcliffe continued. “The Democrats in their desire to destroy Donald Trump have harmed our national security today.”

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Jarrett: Impeachment move will blow up in faces of Dems and media like an ‘exploding cigar’

We know from his lawyer’s letter that the whistleblower isn’t a whistleblower because the complaint, under the law, isn’t recognized as a whistleblower complaint. You can’t whistle-blow on the president. The law is very clear, you can only blow the whistle on someone in the intelligence community,” said Jarrett, adding that the president is not a member of the intelligence community.

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