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Joe Biden’s son said – My tax matters are under investigation

WASHINGTON| Hunter Biden, son of Joe Biden, who was elected to the presidency in the US, has announced that his tax cases are under investigation. According to the news agency Xinhua, on Wednesday, Hunter Biden issued a statement that he came to know a day before that his tax cases were under investigation. The US Attorney’s Office advised their legal counsel in Delaware that they were investigating their tax matters. I have taken this matter very seriously.

Hunter continued, “I believe that a professional and objective review of these cases will state that I have handled my cases lawfully and fairly, including the benefits of professional tax advisors.”

On this statement, Joe Biden said he was proud of his son, who “has faced many difficult challenges in recent months, including vicious personal attacks that have made him stronger.”

Hunter Biden, 50, who is Biden’s second son. According to a CNN report, sources were quoted as saying that investigators are investigating a number of financial issues, including Hunter Biden and his associates violating tax and money laundering laws in trade deals in other countries, including China. Sources said that this investigation started in 2018.


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