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VIDEO: Biden Runs Away From Reporters

What’s Biden hiding?

On Wednesday, President Biden dismissed intense questions regarding his alleged involvement in the international business dealings of his son Hunter Biden and brother James Biden, dismissing the allegations as “fabrications.” When pressed by New York Post reporter Steven Nelson during a White House press conference, Biden opted not to delve into the matter further, stating, “I did not, and it’s simply a bunch of lies. They’re lies. I did not. They’re lies.”

Recent polling conducted by The Associated Press suggests that almost 70% of Americans, including 40% of Democrats, perceive Biden’s actions related to his family’s business affairs as either unethical or illegal. House Republican leaders are gearing up for a formal vote next week to kickstart an impeachment inquiry into the president.

This development comes on the heels of House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer releasing subpoenaed bank records, revealing direct monthly payments from an entity owned by Hunter Biden to Joe Biden. The White House continues to assert Biden’s lack of awareness of his son’s business activities and emphasizes his appropriate conduct.

Biden consistently maintains that he has never discussed his son’s overseas business dealings, redirecting the focus to his political opponents. Despite Republican claims and ongoing investigations, Biden refutes allegations of China-linked payments, underscoring that there is no substance to these accusations.

On January 4, House Oversight Committee Republicans officially initiated an investigation into the business dealings of the Biden family, probing whether financial interests compromised the president. Recently, a bank investigator raised concerns about a $5 million wire transfer from a Chinese company to Hunter Biden’s bank account in August 2018, as reported by Fox News Digital last week.