Media Ignore Hunter Biden's Ties to China


On The Ingraham Angle Wednesday, host Laura Ingraham brought on author Peter Schweizer, the author of a book that details the relationship between Hunter Biden, son of former Vice President and likely 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden, and the Chinese government.  Schweizer explained that Hunter Biden travelled to China with his father in December 2013, at which time the then-Vice President met with Chinese President Xi Jinping. According to Schweizer, ten days after they returned from the trip, "Hunter Biden's small private equity firm called Rosemont Seneca Partners gets a $1 billion private equity deal with the Chinese government, not with the Chinese corporations, with the Chinese government." After mentioning how Biden went "soft on Beijing" following his overseas trip, Schweizer accused China of "buying off Biden through his son." Ingraham pointed out that the media and the left have spent the past two years accusing President Trump of being bought off by the Russians because he was looking at building a tower there.  Yet the same media do not seem to care at all about the Biden family's ties to China. Ingraham concluded the segment by noting the "stunning lack of curiosity on the part of CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, Washington Post, (and the) New York Times.

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