New York Times Reporter On Burisma Scandal: Joe Biden’s VP Position, Ukraine Activities Gave Burisma Its ‘Rationale’ To Put Hunter Biden On Its Board


New York Times reporter Kenneth Vogel said on the newspaper’s podcast on Wednesday that Ukrainian gas company Burisma got its “rationale” to put then-Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, on its board because of Joe Biden’s position in the U.S. government and his activities in Ukraine.

Allegations surrounding the Joe and Hunter Biden’s in Ukraine and with Burisma have become a sore spot for Joe Biden as he runs for the Democratic nomination for president.

The scandal has stayed in the news because it is the genesis of the Democrats’ efforts to impeach President Donald Trump over a July 25 phone call he had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in which he asked Zelensky to look into the Burisma scandal to make sure everything was above board.

Democrats launched an impeachment inquiry several weeks ago which started on the House Intelligence Committee and is now moving to the House Judiciary Committee, which has scheduled to hold hearings next

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