Rep. Jim Jordan Recognizes Productive Interview with Devon Archer
In the ongoing investigation into the Biden family, Rep. Jim Jordan, a Republican from Ohio, had positive remarks about the House Oversight Committee’s interview with Devon Archer, a former business associate of Hunter Biden and a fellow board member at Burisma. Jordan expressed his satisfaction with the progress made during the interview and looked forward to discussing the revelations with Rep. James Comer, the committee’s chairman from Kentucky.
Archer’s Arrival at the Hearing
Upon arriving at the closed-door testimony held at the O’Neill House Office Building, Devon Archer, who co-founded Hunter Biden’s now-dissolved investment firm called Rosemont Seneca Partners, declined to answer any questions from reporters.
Expected Disclosures about Biden’s Business Ventures
Miranda Devine, a New York Post columnist and Fox News contributor, speculates that Archer will likely reveal information about Hunter Biden introducing his father to foreign business partners and potential investors on a regular basis.
Archer’s Inclusion in the Interview despite Previous Conviction
Despite being sentenced to one year in prison for his involvement in a $60 million bond fraud case, Archer was invited to participate in the interview by the Republican-led committee. Archer had previously canceled several appearances before the committee for personal reasons.
Sentencing Delay and Potential Appeals
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York has requested the establishment of a date for Archer to report to prison. However, Archer’s legal team argues that it is too early to set a sentencing date, considering the possibility of further appeals.
Repeated Postponement of Archer’s Sentence
Archer’s one-year prison sentence, originally set for 2022, has been repeatedly postponed due to a series of appeals.
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