Fox News hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade clashed on Thursday, engaging in a heated debate regarding the possibility of Congressional Republicans being able to establish that President Joe Biden engaged in unlawful activities related to his son's business practices.
During a conversation on "Fox & Friends" about Hunter Biden's questionable business activities, Doocy expressed his views by stating, “With all due respect, the Republicans need better investigators because they have a lot of circumstantial evidence, but they have not shown that Joe Biden profited personally, or he had broken any rules.”
Revelations have surfaced that then-Vice President Biden's office forwarded guidelines for discussion to the State Department about Ukrainian magnate Mykola Zlochevsky shortly after Hunter "called D.C." from the location of a board meeting of the Ukrainian energy company, Burisma.
Kilmeade responded with strong disagreement to Doocy's statement, proclaiming, “They’re doing great, I vehemently disagree,” only to be interrupted by Doocy attempting to interject.
“No, no. Let me finish,” Kilmeade insisted.
“Let me finish! I started!” Doocy countered.
“This is funneling right to him at a rapid pace. They have had this job for eight months.
“What’s funneling into him?” Doocy asked.
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