Liberal Media Erupts Over Biden’s Son

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – Philip Bump, a columnist for the Washington Post left in the middle of a debate with Noam Dworman, a podcast host who maintained that there was evidence that proved President Biden’s participation in his son, Hunter Biden’s, foreign business activities.

Last week, during the Comedy Cellar podcast, Dworman spent over an hour presenting all the evidence he believed proved that President Biden had been involved in Hunter Biden’s business affairs. However, the reporter maintained throughout the presentation of the evidence that it did not mean anything. Dworman proceeded to ask Bump for an explanation of the message sent by Hunter Biden to his daughter in which he had claimed that 50 percent of his income was owed to his father.

Bump has covered many reports about Hunter Biden for the Washington Post. Still, during the debate he dismissed this question and argued that he did not know what the meaning behind it was. He proceeded to dodge all other questions that Dworman brought forward before eventually getting up and leaving in the middle of the show.

During the disagreement, the host told the reporter that he knew the evidence was circumstantial and that he would have preferred direct evidence. He then continued to press Bump for a possible meaning that could explain Hunter Biden’s message.

However, in time Bump thanked the host for having him on set and prepared to leave. He further suggested that perhaps someone should ask Hunter Biden’s daughter for the meaning which led to Dworman asking whether the columnist believed that she should be asked about it.

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