Hunter Biden Appears Before Congress, Leaves Early

Hunter Biden made a surprise visit to Congress this week just weeks after holding a press event on the Capitol steps. The president’s son was involved in a number of testy engagements with congressional Republicans before making an early exit.

The event occurred during discussions regarding whether or not the president’s son should be held in contempt of Congress for skipping early testimony.

Hunter Biden’s appearance was relatively brief, and he left as Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) began to speak. She said that the president’s son sat in the chamber “with a smug look on his face and runs away when it’s my turn to talk.”

“He can’t even face my words as I was about to speak to him,” Greene said. “What a coward.”

The First Son was subpoenaed by the House Oversight Committee to testify last month, but ultimately decided not to. His attorneys argued that their client would only testify in public, and not during a closed-door session, as House Republicans had requested.

Republican investigators are actively considering whether or not to charge the younger Biden with contempt of Congress charges. It is unclear whether or not his time on Capitol Hill this week would impact that decision.

The topic came up during the hearing. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) called the First Son the ‘epitome of White privilege.” She also accused him of having “no balls.”

“I think Hunter Biden should be arrested right here, right now and go to jail,” she said.

Despite the arrival of the president’s son to the event, he did not speak before Congress. Following the event, the only statement he made was to the press. When asked about why he allegedly called his father during business meetings, he responded, “If he called you, would you answer the phone?”

The appearance also came after it was revealed that a Hollywood attorney was producing a documentary about the First Son.

He has also been indicted on federal tax and firearms charges since a purported plea deal fell apart last year.