Americans knew from the beginning Hunter Biden's business actions in Ukraine and China were wrong, and his televised interview on the same day as his father Joe Biden's presidential debate did not reveal much that was not already known, Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, said Tuesday.
"Two things stuck out," Jordan told Fox News' "Fox & Friends." "Look, the American people knew right from the get-go this was wrong. American people understand fairness . . . I think it was pretty obvious. He just said now kind of what the American people already understood when this story first broke."
But even if it Hunter Biden did not break any laws, "we just know that this stuff smells," said Jordan, including the "whole arrangement with China, the $1 billion from the subsidiary bank of the bank of China, this arrangement with Burisma, this company in the Ukraine, where Hunter Biden had no experience."
"The American people, again, they saw this for what it is," Jordan said. "They know it smells. They know it's wrong. And that's the fact. So, look, let's deal with the issues that the American people care about now. Let's work on prescription drug prices. Let's get this USMCA passed."
Both will be tough, he acknowledged, as Democrats are so focused on attacking the president to do much else.
Jordan also labeled the ongoing impeachment inquiry as a "ridiculous unfair partisan process," that is going on while "trying to unelect the leader of the free world."
"I think the American people see it for what it is," Jordan said. "This is an all-out attack on the president in an unfair and partisan fashion."
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