Title: Hunter Biden’s Ex-Business Partner Contradicts Biden Campaign on 2015 Dinner Meeting
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In a surprising turn of events, Devon Archer, the ex-business partner of Hunter Biden, has confirmed in a closed-door interview that Joe Biden, then Vice President, was present at a dinner in 2015 with Hunter’s foreign business associates. This directly contradicts previous statements from the Biden campaign, which denied the meeting ever took place. The revelations are likely to stir controversy and add fuel to the ongoing debate over Hunter Biden’s business dealings and potential conflicts of interest with foreign entities.
According to Archer’s account, Joe Biden not only attended the dinner but also shook hands with everyone present and actively engaged in conversation. Contrary to the campaign’s denial, Archer’s testimony adds credibility to the New York Post’s initial report in 2020 that first brought the meeting to light. At the time, the campaign and close aides dismissed the report as a Russian disinformation campaign.
To support their denial, a campaign spokesperson and unnamed officials who worked for Biden in 2015 claimed that no such meeting ever occurred, as reported by a fact-check piece in the Washington Post. However, an email from Hunter Biden to a guest, three weeks prior to the event, explicitly mentioned that “dad will be there,” suggesting the meeting was indeed on the Vice President’s agenda.
Another guest who attended the dinner stated that Biden did not sit down nor was he part of the dinner discussion. These conflicting testimonies raise questions about the nature and purpose of the gathering. According to Archer’s interview with congressional investigators, the attendees included Biden, Hunter Biden, Vadym P. from Burisma, Karim Massimov, a Greek Orthodox priest, and a representative from the World Food Programme. The dinner, which was held at Cafe Milano in Washington, D.C., was reportedly focused on discussions related to the World Food Programme.
The controversy surrounding this meeting is part of a larger narrative surrounding Hunter Biden’s past business dealings and potential conflicts of interest involving foreign entities. Critics argue that the Biden campaign has attempted to discredit reports about the dinner by pushing false narratives and disinformation. One notable example was the infamous laptop scandal during the 2020 presidential election.
In response to the recent revelations, the White House and Michael Carpenter, someone who allegedly worked for Biden during the dinner, declined to comment. As the story continues to unfold, it is likely to generate further debate and scrutiny regarding the actions and transparency of the Biden family during Joe Biden’s time as Vice President.
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