Oversight releases new video showing President Biden, impeachment witnesses' contradictory claims

As the Oversight Committee prepares for its first public hearing this morning, its newly released video highlights discrepancies between Joe Biden's and impeachment witnesses' claims.
Joe Biden, Nov. 29, 2023, Pueblo, Colo.

On the morning of its first public hearing with impeachment witnesses, the Oversight Committee has released a video highlighting the apparent contradictions between President Joe Biden’s claims about his family’s business dealings and testimony from impeachment witnesses.

“I’ve never discussed my business, their business, my son’s or daughter’s,” President Biden says at the beginning of the clip.

This statement is immediately followed by footage of the closed door testimony of Tony Bobulinski, a key impeachment witness who previously partnered with both Hunter Biden and presidential brother James Biden to court Chinese company CEFC China Energy.

“I want to be crystal clear, from my direct personal experience and what I have subsequently come to learn, it’s clear to me Joe Biden was the brand being sold by the Biden family,” Bobulinski says.

You can watch the video below: 

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Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., made clear in prepared opening remarks reviewed by Just the News that the next phase of the inquiry will lay out evidence that he believes shows the Bidens’ business model was to sell the influence of their most famous namesake rather than deliver tangible work products.

Hunter Biden and his lawyer have argued Comer’s impeachment inquiry has turned up no evidence of this central claim.

The public hearing is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. with witnesses Bobulinski and Jason Galanis testifying.