May 25, 2022

Hunter Biden paid IRS $1 million last year to evade conviction, report claims

President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden paid $1 million to the IRS in 2021 to avoid a conviction or sentencing, according to a new report released on Thursday.

The New York Times said Hunter paid the bill through a loan to cover the outstanding tax bill.

The Times also finally confirmed Hunter’s laptop after dismissing the evidence prior to the 2020 presidential election.

“In the heat of the presidential race of 2020, the Times never missed a chance to cast doubt on the laptop, saying the information was ‘purported’ and quoting a letter from former Democratic officials who claimed β€” with no evidence β€” that it was Russian disinformation. As recently as September 2021, the Times called the laptop ‘unsubstantiated’ in a news story,” The New York Post wrote about the report.

“Readers of the Times have discovered in March 2022 that Hunter Biden pursued business deals in Europe and Asia, and may have leveraged his father’s position as vice president to do it. Hunter also may not have properly registered with the government or declared all his income. All legitimate topics of discussion about a presidential candidate’s family, no?” it added.

The new information could be concerning for the president, though no other action has been noted at this time.

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