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With every drip of revelations about his roles in the Joe Biden presidency, Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s credibility has eroded.
He denies playing a role in a letter from former intelligence officials that all but called the Hunter Biden laptop a Russian disinformation campaign before the 2020 election. In the aftermath of the election, he flat-out lied to a Senate committee about his own contacts with Hunter Biden.
Now, according to a giant of the American legal profession, Blinken could well be impeached for those lies.
In a commentary piece published Tuesday by the New York Post, George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley, a fierce critic of the Biden administration, wrote that Blinken had skirted the bounds of “criminal and impeachable” offenses in his December 2020 statement to the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee.
Blinken at the time denied, in no uncertain terms, exchanging emails with Hunter Biden while Blinken was serving as deputy secretary of state from 2015 to 2017.
During the interview, Blinken, who had previously served as then-Vice President Joe Biden’s national security advisor, acknowledged having lunched with Hunter once in Blinken’s office at the State Department but denied having telephone contact with him during those years.
“Did you have any other means of correspondence with him — emails, texts?” he was asked, according to a transcript of the interview.
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