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VIDEO: Biden Angered By Truth

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Biden needs to get a grip.

During a press conference on Thursday, President Joe Biden responded defensively to a reporter’s question regarding his nickname, the “big guy,” mentioned in an FBI informant document. The document alleged that he had received a $5 million bribe from an executive affiliated with the Ukrainian natural gas company Burisma Holdings.

According to Newsmax, when a reporter from The New York Post asked President Joe Biden about the reference to him as the “big guy” in the informant file and the term’s consistent usage, Biden responded by saying, “Why do you ask such a dumb question?”

Last week, a document was shared with members of Congress that included a reference to “the big guy.” Whistleblower Tony Bobulinski claimed that this term was used to refer to Joe Biden in purported dealings involving the Biden family and a connection with China.

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In recent statements, Senator Chuck Grassley, a Republican from Iowa, mentioned that the informant’s document contained details suggesting that Mykola Zlochevsky, the founder of Burisma, who allegedly made payments to Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden, possessed 17 audio recordings of their conversations as a form of “insurance policy.”

In recent days, Joe Biden has been repeatedly questioned about the alleged bribery scheme. Last week, when confronted with the claims, he dismissed them as “malarkey” and jokingly asked, “Where is the money? I’m joking.”

During a Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday, FBI Deputy Director Paul Abbate declined to answer Senator Ted Cruz’s inquiry about whether the agency possessed the 17 audio recordings mentioned earlier. Abbate, however, denied any accusations of “stonewalling” regarding the case.

House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer, a Republican from Kentucky, emphasized the significance of the FBI document during an interview with Fox News on Thursday. He stated that the document should be treated seriously since it originates from a credible informant who has received payment exceeding $200,000 from the FBI.

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