Tucker Sits Down With Hunter Biden’s Business Associate Devon Archer

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Nicole Silverio Media Reporter
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Daily Caller co-founder Tucker Carlson sat down one-on-one with Devon Archer about his former business associate, Hunter Biden.

Archer testified before the House Oversight Committee Monday where he detailed Hunter’s business deals, most notably the alleged personal phone calls with his father, President Joe Biden, on speaker phone in front of foreign business executives on over twenty occasions. Archer detailed Biden’s involvement with his son’s business dealings in the sit-down with Carlson.

Archer confirmed the nearly twenty phone calls made by Hunter to his father while surrounded by business associates within a ten-year span.

“So Joe Biden, who is very much a product of Washington, of course must have known that he was calling into effectively a business meeting,” Carlson said. “Something’s happening. He must have understood that that was kind of what his son was selling.”

“Well that’s hard for me to speculate,” Archer answered.

“But like, just to keep it to the facts, Joe Biden, then the sitting Vice President knew that there were Hunter’s business associates in the room,” Carlson pressed.

“Yeah, I think I can definitively say at particular dinners and meetings, he knew there were business associates and he, or if I was there, I was a business associate too. So I think, you know, any of the other colleagues from the DC office or New York were there,” Archer said. (RELATED: Andrew Tate Sits Down For One-On-One With Tucker)

Carlson also confronted Archer on a letter from January 20, 2011, addressed to him from Biden. The then-Vice President wrote to apologize for not being able to speak with him while hosting former Chinese President Hu, and said, “I hope I get a chance to see you again soon with Hunter,” according to Archer.

Archer said Biden thanked him for his idea to bring a government regulatory strategic advisory business into the private equity sector. The letter indicated that Biden worked with foreign governments while serving as Vice President.

Archer said Hunter joined the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company, because he brought the benefits of the “Biden brand.” He and Carlson agreed it is “disingenuous” to act unsure as to the reason Burisma hired Hunter, who served on the board from 2014 to 2019.