Giuliani Outlines "Smoking Gun" White House Holds on Hunter Biden
During an interview with Fox News Jesse Watters, Giuliani was asked by the host “if he had any documentation regarding Hunter Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine” before adding that Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) “will be investigating that,” Fox reported.
“Lindsey, get started,” Giuliani said, going on to say that “what I used to call when I was U.S. attorney, the smoking gun.”
“We’ve got the documents, Lindsey,” Giuliani said. “This is a money laundering transaction. … It’s about $14.6 million. It’s a notice from the Latvian government to the Ukrainian government that Hunter Biden is under investigation for corruption.
“I’ll simplify it. $14.8 million goes from Ukraine to a company in Latvia, disguised as a loan. Then it goes from Latvia to another company disguised as another loan, in Cyprus. And then it goes to the U.S. where we lose track of it because when [former Ukraine prosecutor Viktor] Shokin gets it, just about the day he’s fired, there’s no money in here for Devon Archer and Hunter Biden. Everybody else, their money is listed,” Giuliani said.
Hunter Biden was reportedly paid more than $80,000 per month to serve as a “ceremonial figure” by the Ukrainian company Burisma, where he was hired “as a helpful non-executive director with a powerful name."