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A New York Times reporter says Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden faces a “significant liability” in a developing story about allegations that the former vice president may have pressured the Ukrainian government on behalf of his lobbyist son Hunter.

Potentially damaging details have yet to be reported, journalist Ken Vogel said during a cable news appearance Friday in which he additionally warned that President Trump and his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, who want Biden to be investigated for potential conflicts of interest, have gotten some of the facts wrong.

The article goes on to state the following:

Vogel’s reporting, which includes a May 1 story that helped generate renewed scrutiny of Hunter Biden’s ties to an energy company owned by a Ukrainian oligarch, also flies in the face of Joe Biden’s dismissal of the controversy on Friday when he said “not one single credible outlet has given any credibility” to Trump’s claims of possible misconduct.

Vogel called the situation “a significant liability for Joe Biden.”

“There is a story here,” Vogel said. “We’ve told some of it. There is more to be told. We’re going to continue to sort of pull that back.”

The comments were made during a panel led by MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace.

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