Hunter Biden Associate Says Burisma Execs 'Called' Obama Admin To Get Ukrainian Prosecutor Fired

Hunter Biden Associate Says Burisma Execs 'Called' Obama Admin To Get Ukrainian Prosecutor Fired

Devon Archer, a longtime friend and former Burisma board member with Hunter Biden, is reportedly in “hiding” ahead of his expected testimony on President Biden’s involvement in his son’s business dealings before assuming office.

During his testimony before the House Oversight Committee, Archer claimed that Hunter Biden and top Burisma executives contacted the Obama administration in 2015 to seek help in firing the Ukrainian prosecutor investigating the firm for corruption.

Archer testified that Hunter would put his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, on speakerphone during business meetings to impress potential partners.

Archer revealed an interaction in December 2015 involving Burisma CEO Mykola Zlochevsky and executive Vadym Pozharski. He said they pressured Hunter Biden to seek assistance from Washington D.C. in getting the Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin ousted. It remains unclear if Hunter and the Burisma executives spoke directly to Joe Biden on the matter.

Archer’s testimony aligns with allegations in an FBI-generated FD-1023 form, which claimed that Joe and Hunter Biden allegedly “coerced” Burisma CEO Zlochevsky to pay them millions to influence Shokin’s firing.

The House Oversight Committee has been investigating the Biden family’s alleged foreign business schemes, including receiving payments from foreign nationals while Joe Biden served as vice president.

Republicans suggest these payments may indicate attempts to “peddle influence” and conceal the source and total amount received.

The White House released a statement after Archer’s testimony, asserting that it debunked allegations of wrongdoing, claiming there was no evidence of President Biden discussing business with his son.


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