U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves claimed that there was no conflict of interest in rejecting a case against Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, who appointed Graves to his position.
According to a transcript from an interview with Graves by the House Judiciary Committee earlier this month, the prosecutor believed that there was no conflict of interest in him handling cases against the Biden family.
During the interview, the Committee's counsel said, "But you understand the perception problem. You're an appointee of President Biden, and, here, you've been asked to weigh in on a prosecution involving his son. I mean, certainly, there's an obvious perceived — at least the perceived conflict of interest, correct?"
Graves responded by saying, "We have investigations all the time — the Department [of Justice] does, of individuals who are members of the administration. A family member of the administration? I don't see it as necessarily a conflict of interest or perception of a conflict of interest."
The Judiciary Committee is grilling Graves because he essentially declined to take up charges against Hunter Biden when he was contacted by David Weiss, who at the time was U.S. attorney for Delaware.
Weiss needed Graves's cooperation to bring charges against Hunter Biden in Washington, D.C. but because of Graves, those charges were never brought forward, and Hunter Biden continued to walk free.
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