It's not uncommon to see Joe Biden trying to duck the issue of whom he could be interacting with while on holiday to one of his two residences in Delaware. Biden has refused to release the logs of visitors due to this issue. The Secret Service seems to be acting as a cover for him by saying they do not have records of responses for FOIA requests to discover who the person he is meeting. It's their primary responsibility to inquire about any person who might visit him.
We've also witnessed Joe Biden lie his head off with regards to his son Hunter and claim that he hasn't spoken to Hunter about the business, despite having met over 14 occasions with Hunter's business associates as well as Tony Bobulinski having said that Biden was aware and was involved in a few areas of the business.
According to the NY Post, the White House is getting ready to defend against the possible investigation into Hunter Biden, the origins of coronavirus, as well the devastation of withdrawing from Afghanistan. We're also going to be required to cover the cost. The White House is already paying $265,000 in annual salaries and they're expected to increase it and even more to handle the investigations and subpoenas they believe will be issued.
In May, it was announced that the White House poached Richard A. Sauber, who is the chief attorney of the Department of Veterans Affairs, to be a “deputy counsel to the president” and is charged with taking care of House oversight investigations. Ian Sams, a veteran of Vice Harris's failed 2020 presidential campaign, was tapped to handle official communications for the campaign. White House records show the two men will earn the sums of $155,000 and $110,000 each.
The team is likely to grow, as according to the Washington Post report — which suggests that the team's staffing and operational expenses will increase even more.
“Americans require transparency from the administration of President Biden about his family's questionable business transactions. Instead of revealing the truth instead, Biden's White House is hiring staff at American taxpayers' cost in order to block congressional oversight and the accountability of its employees,” said Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) who is poised to become chairman of the House Oversight Committee in the coming year, if Republicans take back the House.
“Let's be clear: no amount of Biden White House staff or stonewalling will stop Republicans' quest for transparency and accountability on behalf of the American people,” he said.
However, it is true that the Biden group has proven they don't have any shame.
We've seen a few questionable decisions from Biden's White House and the Biden team in taking part with the defense of Hunter Biden. The transition team issued a statement that announced his involvement in the FBI probe into the Biden family regarding “tax” issues and allowed Hunter and his father to stand up for his transition on the site which the taxpayers have to pay. They even took part in the career of Hunter's artist and reportedly helped draft documents that stated that the names of those who purchased the artwork will remain secret from Hunter. However, this in turn impacted them and led to ethical questions in the past, as the former Obama ethical director Walter Shaub declared. It also prevented our eyes from seeing who bought his artwork (paying the son of the president huge sums of cash).
We also noted that the accusations currently being considered for Hunter Biden may be narrow that involve only taxes as well as a gun crime. That is, there is nothing that could affect Joe Biden. Some have already branded it an attempt to cover up. However, the Republicans have promised to investigate the more broad issues of foreign transactions and possible compromises as per Rep. James Comer (R-KY)