DOJ answers Senators’ question about Biden hire’s links to Hunter case (sort of) | Sharyl Attkisson

The Department of Justice appears to have sidestepped questions posed by Senators Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) and Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) about possible conflicts of interest involving Hunter Biden, one of President Biden’s sons.In a letter, the Republican senators expressed concern about the Biden administration’s recent hiring of Nicholas McQuaid as Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Justice Criminal Division.McQuaid worked at Latham & Watkins, the law firm Hunter Biden reportedly hired shortly before President Biden’s inauguration to handle a federal criminal investigation involving Hunter. Another attorney at the firm, Christopher Clark, reportedly represents Hunter.McQuaid began as Acting Assistant Attorney General on January 20, 2021.In there letter, the senators wrote Acting Attorney General Monty Wilkinson:

According to recent news reports, the Biden administration hired Nicholas McQuaid as Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division on January 20, 2021. Mr. McQuaid was employed at Latham &Watkins until January 20, 2021, and worked with Christopher Clark, who Hunter Biden reportedly hired to work on his federal criminal case a month before President Biden’s inauguration.

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