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Hunter Biden’s allies continue plans to attack GOP attacks

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Hunter Biden is preparing to play hardball with Republicans, who have long made him the target of their investigations and attacks over various business and political scandals surrounding the president’s son.

Mr. Biden’s allies suggest the 52-year-old be more aggressive against pundits and other GOP figures who have sued him and are filing libel suits on such charges.

Kevin Morris, a Hollywood lawyer and friend of Mr Biden, said he should sue Fox News, Eric Trump, Rudy Giuliani and other critics for defaming him, according to a Washington Post report.

Mr. Morris is said to have paid Mr. Biden’s $2million overdue tax bill, which is currently under federal investigation.

The lawyer also described extensive opposition research into two potential GOP witnesses who could appear before Congress about the Biden investigation, including his former business partner Tony Bobulinsky and John Paul Mac Isaac, the repairman. Delaware computers that originally found Mr. Biden’s infamous laptop.

A group meeting was organized by Mr Morris, Mr Biden and liberal activist David Brock on their strategy.

Mr. Biden has been the subject of Republican concerns and whether his father, President Biden, is compromised over the family’s financial ties to China, Ukraine and Russia.

Rep. James Comer, who will chair the House Oversight Committee, has already drawn up plans to aggressively investigate Hunter Biden’s ties to his opponents and potential “influence peddling.”

Comer will work in partnership with Rep. Jim Jordan, who will chair the House Judiciary Committee.

Mr. Biden has shown up more at the White House in recent months, as well as at other events in Washington.

Mr. Biden recently attended the state dinner with French President Emmanuel Macron, where he spoke with GOP leader Kevin McCarthy and his mother at the event.

Public appearances differ from Mr. Biden’s typical strategy of keeping a low profile, away from the spotlight as he remains in the public and political interest.



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