Tucker Carlson recently conducted a revealing and intimate interview with Devon Archer, former business partner of Hunter Biden.

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During the explosive conversation, Archer discussed his collaboration with Hunter Biden, the scope of their business activities, and the purported involvement of then-Vice President Joe Biden.

The interview offers new insights into their business dealings.

At one point, Carlson asked Archer to describe the specific skill set Hunter brought to the table (see video below).

“At the end of the day, he had a career in Washington, graduated Yale Law School and had a very big network in D.C. and brought that know-how and understanding of D.C. and ultimately the Biden brand,” he said, suggesting that Hunter was essentially selling access to his politically connected father.

“So the network and the Biden brand sounds like the kind of key component of what he was bringing,” he said.

“It’s a complex business, [it] takes years of training. But again, the initial idea around the business is they were going to provide the government insight and an additional network to raise capital and then, you know, deal with regulatory issues that you might have at the corporate level,” Archer continued.

He then talked about how access is bought and sold in the world’s most powerful city.

“I think that’s one of the core misconceptions. I mean, it seems like when I, understanding a regulatory environment means selling access at the end of the day. That’s how I interpret it. And I think that’s how most people on Wall Street, whether they admit it or not, interpret it,” he said.

One of the bigger bombshell moments came when Carlson asked Archer whether Joe Biden was aware of and participated in some of Hunter’s business deals and phone calls.

“Over a 10-year partnership… the number I’m going with is 20. That’s probably the amount that I kind of record. Yeah, a lot,” he said.

Tucker pressed Archer on whether the then-Vice President must have understood the nature of these calls, to which Archer said, “Yeah, yep. In the rearview, it’s an abuse of soft power, I’d say.”

The interview offers an unprecedented glimpse into the business dealings of Hunter Biden and raises questions about the involvement of Joe Biden. Archer’s closed-door testimony before the House Oversight Committee revealed that Joe Biden allegedly had frequent conversations with his son’s business partners, a claim that contradicts the President’s previous statements on the matter.

According to Archer, these conversations were casual, with the President and Hunter’s business partners exchanging ‘niceties’ such as discussing the weather.

But getting Joe Biden on the phone with prospective partners would no doubt help sell or seal deals, some have claimed.


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