During the White House Press gaggle on Air Force One Friday, Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said that President Joe Biden will be taking another week-long vacation at his home in Delaware, starting this evening.
In the recording, Jean-Pierre said, "This evening the President will depart Maine en route to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Where he will remain over the next week."
"Certainly we will have more to share over the next couple of days," she concluded.
According to the Cape Gazette, this is the third time since fathers Day that he will be spending time in the city, and will be the longest stay at his estate since becoming President. The previous trips this year were weekend visits.
The vacation comes on the heels of President Biden's son Hunter Biden pleading not guilty to tax crimes as a plea deal fell apart due to an attempt by Biden's lawyers and the DOJ to get a blanket immunity clause into Biden's plea deal on a diversion agreement for a gun charge. The Judge said she had never seen a diversion agreement that was similar to the one DOJ Attorney Leo Wise submitted. Wise admitted he hadn't either when asked.
It also comes as the Speaker of the House, Republican Kevin McCarthy has begun to publicly push for the impeachment of the president for the first families business dealings. He said that Biden "has also used something we have not seen since Richard Nixon: Use the weaponization of government to benefit his family and deny Congress the ability to have the oversight."
"If they really ran it for foreign countries, why didn’t you get money from France, from Germany, from the UK? Why does it have to be China, Romania, these countries that have real challenges and had problems going through?" he added.
Last week Senator Chuck Grassley released an FBI informant file that implicates President Biden and his son in a $10 million bribery scheme allegedly paid out by the CEO of Ukrainian natural gas company Burisma Holdings, Mykola Zlochvsky. In the 2020 file, the confidential human informant alleged that Zlochevsky told him that "it cost 5 (million) to pay one Biden, and 5 (million) to another Biden."
The informant also revealed in the document that Zlochevsky told him he has "many text messages" and recordings that would show he was "somehow coerced into paying the Bidens to ensure Ukraine Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin was fired." Shokin was investigating Burisma when he was fired after Joe Biden called him corrupt.
Earlier this month RNC research showed that the president has spent 253 days, or roughly 39.2 percent, of his presidency on vacation, while his approval rating dropped sits at 41 percent, according to Five Thirty-Eight.
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