During a recent podcast, one Washington Post reporter got up and walked out after the host raised questions about allegations of corruption involving President Joe Biden and his family.
During the Aug. 24 episode of the “Live From the Table” podcast, comedian Noam Dworman interviewed Washington Post columnist Philip Bump. During the interview, Dworman noted a text message where Hunter Biden told his daughter about the percentage of money he gave to President Joe Biden.
“There’s just no point, because all you want to do is you want to have me here as the putative expert so that you can present me with things that have been debunked multiple times that I’ve written about,” Bump told Dworman when asked about some of the evidence.
“It’s circumstantial evidence,” Bump claimed.
“You say there’s no evidence, but there’s a text message where he says, I give pop 50% of my money. That’s evidence,” Dworman responded.
Bump accused Dworman of wanting him to walk out, then getting up and doing just that.
Bump’s actions come after Sen Charles Grassley (R-IA) released the FD-1023 form containing allegations that the Bidens received millions of dollars in bribes, obtained from a whistleblower on July 20.
Another document, which recounted what a “confidential human source” (CHS) told the Federal Bureau of Investigation in June 2020, says that a top Burisma executive felt he was “pushed to pay” the Bidens.
Finally, Devon Archer, a former business partner of Hunter Biden, told investigators that then-Vice President Joe Biden spoke with his son Hunter “more than 20 times about their business deals,” Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) alleged.
Jonathan Turley, a law professor at George Washington University, criticized Bump’s coverage of multiple issues on his website Sunday, as well as in a column published in The Hill Aug. 26. The Washington Post emailed Turley to dispute the column, saying it stood by his reporting, Turley said in a Tuesday post on his site.
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