Hunter Biden Throws Past Friend Under the Bus, Demotes Him from Family Member to ‘Inmate’

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First son Hunter Biden’s new legal and public relations strategy is apparently to distance himself from his former friend and business partner Devon Archer by calling him “inmate.”

Biden is slated to testify before the House Oversight Committee regarding his and his family’s shady overseas business dealings and Archer was right in the thick of it.

Archer provided damning testimony to the Oversight Committee last summer. More on that in a moment.

The New York Sun reported that Biden’s attorney Abbe Lowell sent a letter to the committee Tuesday describing Archer as “an inmate convicted for his involvement in a tribal bond scheme that never involved Hunter.”

“Archer was sentenced last year to one year and one day in federal prison for defrauding a Native American tribe in a scheme involving $60 million in bonds,” according to the Sun.

“His conviction was overturned on appeal, then reinstated after prosecutors pushed back. Archer, who argues he lost money on the tribal venture and was guilty only of making foolish mistakes, has appealed his conviction to the Supreme Court.”

The U.S. attorney’s office for the Southern District of New York told the Sun that Archer has not reported for prison yet, meaning he is not “an inmate.”

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