Hunter Biden’s ex business partner Tony Bobulinski issues a challenge to the presidential family after they accused him of lying to the FBI: ‘Hunter, Jim, Joe and I should all appear together before Congress, publicly and under oath’



Hunter Biden‘s former business partner Tony Bobulinski has challenged the Biden family to testify under oath beside him before Congress, after Hunter’s lawyer accused Bobulinski of lying.

Bobulinski, a Navy veteran, worked with Hunter Biden and his uncle Jim – Joe’s brother – in 2017 to invest in China.

Bobulinski in 2020 produced a May 2017 email detailing a proposed equity split for a Chinese investment, with the suggestion of ’20’ for ‘H’ and ’10 held by H for the big guy?’

Bobulinski has claimed that ‘the big guy’ was Joe Biden, who was vice president until January 2017.

Joe Biden has always said he was not involved in Hunter’s business dealings.

Hunter’s lawyer, Abbe Lowell, has written a letter to prosecutors claiming that Bobulinski has lied to the FBI.

Bobulinski, in response, on Friday challenged the Bidens to provide public sworn testimony.

‘If Hunter Biden and the Biden family are so determined to ensure that the full truth is put before the American people, Hunter, Jim, Joe and I should all appear together before Congress, publicly and under oath,’ said Bobulinski, in a statement sent to Fox News.

‘They can name the date, time and place, and I would certainly be willing to do that for the American people.’

Bobulinski said that Lowell’s letter, sent to Matthew Graves, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, was untrue.

‘All of the allegations contained in Mr. Lowell’s 10-page letter to U.S. Attorney Graves are patently false, and I look forward to exposing these lies and laying out the facts in a public forum in short order,’ said Bobulinski.

‘The sad thing for our country is that Hunter, Jim and Joe Biden along with Abbe Lowell know they are all false and are trying to weaponize the DOJ against me.’

Lowell, in his letter, claimed Bobulinski ‘lied about the business discussions among the partners involved’ in the joint venture.

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