In the extended 12th episode of his newest production, “Tucker on Twitter,” former Fox News primetime host Tucker Carlson interviewed Hunter Biden’s ex-business partner Devon Archer.
Archer’s interview with Carlson comes after the former business partner of President Joe Biden’s son gave a closed-door testimony before the House Oversight Committee and testified that Hunter Biden put his father on speakerphone with other people approximately 20 times over the course of a decade – including while he was vice president.
Hunter Biden’s former business partner’s testimony contradicts Joe Biden’s many claims that he has never spoken to his son about his overseas business dealings.
During his hour-long interview with the former Fox host, Archer further contradicted Joe Biden’s claims of not knowing or engaging in his son’s business dealings, saying, “I think that’s categorically false. I think that’s not factually right.”
Archer, who founded Rosemont Capital, said he took advantage of Hunter Biden’s strategic advisory to pursue more assets.
Years later, Archer and Hunter Biden were introduced to Burisma owner Nikolai Zlochevsky who then coordinated a meeting between Archer and the President of Poland, who encouraged him to join the board of Burisma.
Carlson said he suspects that the President of Poland invited Archer to join the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma to get closer to Hunter Biden, to which Archer admitted that he “certainly not by any stretch of the imagination an expert in excavating natural gas.”
During his testimony to the House Oversight Committee, Archer testified that in December 2015, Burisma co-founders put pressure on Hunter Biden to get help from Washington, DC, to fire Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin, who at the time was investigating the energy company for corruption.
Joe Biden has since publicly bragged about pushing for firing Shokin, who Archer said was a “threat” to Burisma.
During the interview, Archer replied “right” to Carlson’s question about Joe Biden knowing that his son was on the board of this company that was being hassled by the prosecutor whose firing he called for.”
Archer said he believes the “Biden brand” kept the Ukrainian energy company from going out of business.
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— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) August 4, 2023