White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Sunday said questions about Joe Biden and son Hunter’s involvement in Ukraine have diminished the strength of the former vice president’s 2020 White House bid.
In an interview on Fox News' “Sunday Morning Futures,” Conway said Hunter Biden’s reported plan to step down from the board of a Chinese private equity firm come too late.
“He should have done this quite a while ago. In fact, he probably shouldn't have been on the board to begin with,” she said. “He hitched a ride on Air Force Two with the vice president of the United States, also his father at that time, came back with sweetheart deals, and I am really disappointed in so many members of the mainstream media stretching their necks to defend Hunter Biden.”
She added that “Joe Biden's in big trouble.”
“I think Joe Biden's now seen as Hunter Biden's father, not as Barack Obama's vice president,” she said. “And people are saying where is Hunter? Fine. Where is President Obama? Why isn't he out there supporting the man who served as his vice president for eight years? Why isn't Biden on top of the polls just by saying ‘I'm going to bring us back to the Obama years, give you eight more of the Obama years.’
“He's in trouble, that's why he's calling for impeachment.”
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