Missouri Congressman Under Fire As Timeline Of Hunter Biden Investigation Questioned

The timeline is in question of new allegations released in the Hunter Biden investigation involving his father, President Joe Biden.

Southeast Missouri Congressman Jason Smith is Chair of the House Ways and Means Committee, which announced confidential documents Thursday about the committee’s investigation into whether the president abused public office for his family’s financial gain.

One piece of evidence in question was dated June 2017 – when Biden was not in office or running for office. A reporter from NBC pressed Smith on how any sort of criminal wrongdoing happened when Biden was not in the White House or even a candidate.

Smith, a Republican, says the evidence points to the president being a key player selling his ‘brand’ to Hunter’s foreign business partners and interacting with his son’s business associates.

The Democratic Party is accusing Republicans of doing the bidding of former President Donald Trump.