Hunter Biden made this wrong move that proves he’s sweating bullets
Hunter Biden’s issues continue to mount, with no end in sight. Finally, the walls are closing in on him.
And Hunter Biden made this wrong move that proves he’s sweating bullets.
When Republicans take control of the House of Representatives next year, they will be looking into Hunter Biden’s extensive wrongdoing.
Major investigations into President Joe Biden’s son’s influence-peddling enterprise, which exploited his father’s political clout for financial advantage, have been proposed by House Republicans.
Rep. James Comer (R-KY), the new leader of the House Oversight Committee, and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), the upcoming chair of the House Judiciary Committee, will be the GOP watchdogs looking into the Biden criminal family’s wrongdoing.
With a Republican-led congressional investigation on the way, Hunter Biden is preparing to defend himself.
Hunter aroused eyebrows when he assembled a legal team that included a high-profile attorney with ties to former President Bill Clinton.
Hunter recruited Abbe Lowell to manage his response to the GOP probes and to provide strategic legal assistance.
Kevin Morris, a powerful Hollywood attorney, had been in charge of Hunter’s legal team and had helped fund the President’s son.
“Hunter Biden has retained Abbe Lowell to help advise him and be part of his legal team to address the challenges he is facing,” Morris said.
“Lowell is a well-known Washington-based attorney who has represented numerous public officials and high-profile people in DOJ investigations and trials as well as congressional investigations.”
Abbe Lowell is well-known for his work on behalf of high-profile clients such as former President Bill Clinton, former President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, and Democratic Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ).
Lowell was the House’s chief minority counsel throughout Clinton’s impeachment process.
In addition, he defended former Democratic Vice Presidential candidate John Edwards and Senator Robert Menendez in corruption prosecutions.
To counter with the GOP probes, the White House and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) are formulating their own legal strategy.
Lowell’s hire comes after The Washington Post reported that Hunter’s legal staff was divided on tactics.
Hunter’s legal defense is bringing together an increasing number of professionals with differing perspectives on how to approach his case.
According to the Post, the legal team is “not fully coordinating” and may not have a “unified approach” when the investigations begin.
Hunter Biden has called in reinforcements for the intense scrutiny he will face next year when the House Republican inquiry into him begins.
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