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Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden "has been caught in repeated lies over Biden Inc.," Sen. Ron Johnson, chair of the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, said on Sunday after the former vice president said "my son has not made money" from China during the final presidential debate.
"The vice president is lying, again," Johnson, R-Wis., told "Sunday Morning Futures." "Check out page 78 of our report where we show a company, a Chinese company, CEFC, transferred about $5 million to businesses controlled by Hunter Biden. $5 million, so no, he's lying. He's lying about the fact he said he never spoke to his son Hunter about his overseas business connections."
"The vice president has been caught in repeated lies over Biden Inc. about his family's businesses," Johnson continued.
It's unclear whether Hunter Biden's interactions with CEFC and connected firms led to the $5 million transfer Johnson claimed. Sources familiar with the matter told The Wall Street Journal that a joint venture between Hunter and Jim Biden, Joe Biden's brother, never got the proposed funds from CEFC, and corporate records reviewed by the newspaper indicate Joe Biden had no role in the discussions.
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