In 2018, Hunter Biden expressed excitement after his friend’s conviction was thrown out, stating they would have the “last laugh” after the ruling.
Relief and Support
Hunter expressed relief and support to his friend, calling the situation a “living hell” and advising him to move forward.
Referring to the Department of Justice as “m[expletive],” Hunter confidently stated that they would indeed have the last laugh.
Lack of Evidence
The judge’s ruling indicated a lack of evidence showing that Hunter’s friend knew about fraudulent activities, leading to the dismissal of his conviction.
Archer’s upcoming testimony will shed light on email exchanges between him, Hunter Biden, and business associates, including interactions with President Biden.
Archer’s close association with Hunter includes serving on the board of Burisma Holdings and cofounding Rosemont Seneca Partners.
Despite legal challenges, Archer’s knowledge of business arrangements with Hunter makes him a significant figure in ongoing investigations concerning the Biden family.
House Oversight Committee Hearing
The closed door hearing will explore Archer’s dealings and potential interactions with President Biden, providing crucial information about their relationship.
As Archer’s sentencing approaches, he faces further legal issues related to defrauding a Native American tribal entity and investment advisory clients.
Appeals and Sentencing
The U.S. Attorney’s Office has requested Archer’s sentencing, but his counsel argues that further appeals should be considered before finalizing the date.