Biden says 'give me a break' when asked if he's compromised by his family's business dealings
The GOP-led House Oversight Committee is investigating whether Biden's son Hunter and his brother Jim's foreign business dealings, particularly in China, have compromised President Biden in some way
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Following his speech about aerial flying objects, President Biden shot back when asked if he has been compromised by his family's business dealings in China, telling a reporter: "Give me a break, man."
The U.S. shot down a Chinese spy balloon earlier this month and later shot down three other flying objects that haven't been identified yet.
Biden provided an update on Thursday about the China spy balloon and other flying objects that were shot down before reporters attempted to ask him questions.
The reporter's question about business deals was a reference to the GOP-led House Oversight Committee, which is investigating whether Biden's son Hunter and his brother Jim's foreign business dealings, particularly in China, have compromised Biden in some way.
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