The president’s son appears headed for trial after a plea agreement fell apart over the summer.
The likely imminent indictment of the president’s son is what happens when prosecutors cast about for something, anything, to charge.
After the president said he would meet the Florida governor on Saturday, DeSantis said there were no plans to tour the damage caused by Hurricane Idalia.
The federal prosecutor already investigating the president’s son has been granted more independent powers as a special counsel.
In a memo, House Republicans appeared to drop their long-held goal of showing “payments directly to the President” that would prove the corruption they’ve long alleged.
Devon Archer, a former business partner of Hunter Biden, testified that he was “not aware of any” wrongdoing by the president, according to a transcript released Thursday.
A number of Republicans were quick to theorize, baselessly, that a letter from the Justice Department was a ploy to keep Devon Archer from testifying in front of a House committee.