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Hunter Biden’s past business dealings at home and abroad are increasingly coming under scrutiny, as the former vice president’s son broke his silence in a nationally televised interview this morning — and 12 Democratic presidential candidates are preparing to debate Tuesday evening in Ohio.

Speaking to ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Biden maintained he did nothing improper in serving on the board of a Ukrainian gas company but acknowledged it was “poor judgment” on his part. In his first interview since his overseas business dealings came under scrutiny, Biden said he did not discuss the board seat with his father except for one “brief exchange” that was previously reported.

The article goes on to state the following:

Although President Trump repeatedly has hammered Hunter Biden’s ties to China and Ukraine, the latest cloud of suspicion came as Republicans pointed to resurfaced 2008 reports in The New York Times and The American Spectator. The articles, written as Barack Obama and John McCain vied for the White House, found that Hunter Biden received consulting fees from the financial services company MBNA from 2001 to 2005 — while his father, then a senator, was pushing successfully for legislation that would make it harder for consumers to file for bankruptcy protection.

CLICK HERE to read more from this Fox News report.  WATCH clips of Hunter Biden’s exclusive interview with ABC News below, which aired on Good Morning America Tuesday morning. He admitted he had no experience in the natural gas industry when he became a member of the board of the Ukraine company, and pushed back when questioned on how much he was paid.

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