Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee blasted a spokeswoman for Eric Swolwell, California, on Monday for calling the events surrounding the Hunter Biden dealings in Ukraine a "conspiracy theory."
this tape by [former Vice President] Joe Biden boasted about telling Ukrainians that if a prosecutor wasn't fired within six hours, the money was off the table and he was using some pretty salty language and he was bragging about it in a forum public, said to the "America's Newsroom."
in this lane and tell me there's nothing to explore … Swalwell is completely out of the crack with this one. His cheese has fallen to the floor. "
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Swalwell terribly Republicans are calling for Joe Biden's son, Hunter, to come before the House and testify during public hearings on the Trump investigation, saying," We will not go back in time and review the conspiracy theories implicated in the President's call . "
Trump called on President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelenski during a phone conversation from July 25 to investigate the family transactions Biden in Ukraine. Hunter Biden worked for a Ukrainian gas company at the same time that his father ran the diplomatic relations of the Obama administration with Kiev.
Although time has raised concerns among anti-corruption advocates, there is no evidence of misconduct on the part of the former deputy president or his son.
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The first public hearings in the impeachment investigation are scheduled to be held this Wednesday and Friday, which will feature current and former employees familiar with the controversy in Ukraine.
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Bill Taylor, the acting US ambassador to Ukraine, will attend Wednesday's hearing. He has already testified behind closed doors that the president is urging Ukraine to investigate the election interference, Biden and his son and their Ukrainian deals – and that he has been told that US military aid and the White House meeting have been used as a lever to make a public statement. from Kiev
Trump denied any wrongdoing, repeatedly insisting his call with the Ukrainian president was "perfect."
Andrew Riley from Fox News contributed to this report.