Donalds Questions Biden Family 'Transactions'

Donalds Questions Biden Family 'Transactions'

Daniel Molina
Daniel Molina
May 11, 2023

This week, Congressional Republicans held a press conference to discuss the Biden family's questionable "transactions." Since running for the presidency, Joe Biden (D) has been scrutinized over alleged foreign business dealings regarding himself, his son Hunter Biden, and other members of his family. Florida Rep. Byron Donalds (R), commenting on the transactions, called the information "Pulitzer stuff."

During a press release between Donalds and the House Oversight Committee, Donalds shared that what Republicans have uncovered from the Biden family "is just a web of concealment, of deception, a lot of people would say corruption. Let's be very clear, you have this many companies involved in this velocity of transactions - size of transactions - like my colleagues have said, this is not how normal businesses operate."

Donalds explained that upon further investigation with the IRS, they found reason to believe that the Biden family has been involved in "concealment, hiding money, shifting money, and for the purpose, we don't know," highlighting that the evidence is "crystal clear."

The lawmakers question the amount of money that the Biden family has been able to accumulate despite the family not being involved in business, noting that "there is no business structure around this family except politics."

"The family's getting money from various countries and foreign businesses through various shell companies and this web of LLCs," Donalds commented, further questioning how associates of Biden have created numerous companies while Biden has been in power.

Referring to his past in finance, Donalds detailed that all of this leads him and others to believe that the Biden family has done everything in its power to conceal money they have made.

"You are concealing money from either the IRS or from credit agencies or from other people in general. That's the only reason why you set up a structure like this," Donalds argued.

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Daniel Molina

Daniel Molina

Daniel Molina is an award-winning senior reporter based in Miami. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Florida International University. His hobbies include reading, writing, and watching films.

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