Psaki RUSHED to Shut Down This Question About Hunter Biden: ‘I Think We’re Done Here’

Alarming questions have surfaced about Joe Biden’s son Hunter after the contents of his laptop were authenticated.

The situation has become a publicity nightmare for the White House as Press Secretary Jen Psaki recently lost her patience over questions from reporters.

A reporter asked Psaki, “The First Son [Hunter Biden] remains under criminal investigation. Does the president still intend to stay out of that case?”

“Yes,” Psaki replied. “It’s the Department of Justice and I would point you to them.”

Steven Nelson of the New York Post asked Psaki about conflicts of interest in foreign affairs.

“On Russia, you told me last year that you were unfamiliar with the Senate report that alleged that the First Son — or a company linked to the First Son received $3.5 million from the richest woman in Russia. Subsequent reporting indicates that President Biden, when he was Vice President, had a dinner in Georgetown with the same woman in 2015.”

“Yelena Baturina, she has not been sanctioned yet by the U.S. government. How is President Biden navigating conflicts of interest when it comes to sanctioning people who have done business with his family? And can you explain to us what this $3.5 million was for?” he asked.

Psaki refused to provide an answer, claiming that she had no details to add because she could not confirm that the report was accurate.

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“You didn’t say anything about the conflicts of interest, how he’s navigating those when deciding sanctions,” Nelson asked again.

“What would be his conflicts of interest?” Psaki asked.

“Well, his son’s company allegedly got $3.5 million —” Nelson said, but Psaki interrupted, saying again that she could not confirm the report and was not sure that would constitute a conflict of interest anyway.

Nelson then asked about Hunter’s claim that he had divested from a Chinese company despite conflicting reports that he has failed to do so.

“We have received not even basic transparency about who bought out his stake, when this happened, and how much money changed hands. Did he actually divest? And if so, can you agree to basic transparency?” Nelson asked.

“He’s a private citizen. He doesn’t work for the government. I’d point you to his representatives,” Psaki replied.

“But there’s a blaring conflict of interest for his father’s role as President, dealing with China,” Nelson objected.

“I think we’re done here,” Psaki shot back. “Thank you very much.”