A former official in the Obama administration has accused President Joe Biden, when he was Vice President, of being involved in a kickback scheme with his son Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings. Mike McCormick, who served as a stenographer for 15 years in the White House, appeared on the Fox News show “Fox & Friends First” and said that he has information that directly implicates President Biden and other officials in what he said was an influence-peddling scheme.
McCormick claimed that he went to the FBI in February to file a tip on their website but has been ignored even though he is willing to testify under oath before the federal grand jury investigating Biden’s son.
The former stenographer worked with Biden from 2011 to 2017 and detailed a key dialogue involving the Vice President, aide Jake Sullivan, and the press on Air Force Two before a trip to Kyiv, Ukraine, on April 21, 2014.
Sullivan outlined in a White House transcript Biden’s priorities for his trip to the country, which included U.S. investment in the Ukrainian energy sector days after Hunter joined the board of Burisma. McCormick alleged that the timeline showed Biden sending American money overseas to “enrich” himself and his family.
If true, the allegations would be a bombshell and a landmine to the presidency and possible re-election campaign of President Biden.