CNN claims Hunter Biden was selling the 'illusion' of access to his father to overseas business associates

Archer stated that "Burisma would have gone out of business if 'the brand' had not been attached to it."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

Following the testimony of former Hunter Biden business partner Devon Archer on Monday, CNN published a report stating that Archer testified that Hunter Biden had been selling the "illusion" of access to his father, Joe Biden

A source familiar with the closed-door meeting also claimed that Archer did not provide evidence connecting Biden to his son’s overseas business dealings.

Democrat Rep. Dan Goldman, who sat through a portion of Archer’s interview, told reporters during a break that Hunter putting his father on speakerphone during meetings with business associates was "part of the daily conversations" between the father and son, adding that "the witness was very consistent that none of those conversations ever had to do with any business dealings or transactions.

Goldman said it was "kind of a preposterous premise to think that a father should not say hello to the people that a son is at dinner with and that is literally all the evidence is."

The Democrat said that Biden’s phone conversations were not conflicts of interest because it "was not done in the furtherance of" his son’s business interests.

House Oversight Chairman James Comer told a different story though, revealing that "Devon Archer’s testimony today confirms Joe Biden lied to the American people when he said he had no knowledge about his son’s business dealings and was not involved."

"Joe Biden was ‘the brand’ that his son sold around the world to enrich the Biden family," he said the value of adding Hunter Biden to the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma was "the brand," which was revealed to be Joe Biden.

Archer stated that "Burisma would have gone out of business if 'the brand' had not been attached to it."

Archer also testified that in December of 2015, Burisma owner Mykola Zlochevsky and Burisma executive Vadym Pozharski placed constant pressure on Hunter Biden to get aid from Washington DC in regards to Viktor Shokin’s investigation into corruption within Burisma.

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