Sen. Ron Johnson joined Fox Business on Thursday where the Republican reacted to a U.S. Senate report that showed potential wrongdoing with business dealings involving Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.

Johnson said the “troubling” findings show the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate has been caught in “a lie” by denying that he ever spoke with his son about his Ukraine business affairs.

“As far as we can tell, there is only one person in the Obama administration that actually talked to the vice president about it,” Johnson said. “Amos Hochstein, who was a special envoy over to Ukraine actually did talk to the vice president about how troubling this was, this conflict of interest, which, by the way, led the vice president then to talk to Hunter Biden to set up meeting with Amos Hochstein to talk about this."


"Now, remember, Vice President Biden famously in the end of 2009 said he’d never spoken to his son about overseas business dealings," Johnson continued. "This sure sounds like a conversation he probably had with Hunter Biden about his position on Burisma’s board."

"So, I am sorry to say I think we’ve caught the vice president in a lie, which by the way, I never believed that was true,” the senator insisted

“I think the vice president is going to have a really hard time explaining that — if he is ever asked and pressed on it,” he emphasized.


But how much will Joe Biden be pressed on it?



President Donald Trump said Wednesday on social media that he was praying for the two Louisville police officers who were shot during violent protests that unfolded in the wake of the verdict regarding the death of Breonna Taylor.


“Praying for the two police officers that were shot tonight in Louisville, Kentucky,” Trump shared on Twitter. “The Federal Government stands behind you and is ready to help.”

Acting Louisville Metro Police Department Chief Robert Schroeder confirmed in a press conference on Wednesday night that both officers were being treated in the hospital and that both were stable. He also confirmed police have one suspect in custody.

President Trump said that he also had a conversation with Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear about public safety in his state.

“We are prepared to work together, immediately upon request!” Trump said.

Earlier on Wednesday during a press conference, Trump said that Beshear had already called up the National Guard. “I understand he’s called up the National Guard, which is a good thing,” Trump said. “I think it’s a very positive thing. And it’ll all work out.”

Trump also had one more tweet late Wednesday night regarding the violent protests in Louisville and in other cities across the country.




On Wednesday, the Kentucky Police Department confirmed that two police officers were shot during violent protests that unfolded in reaction to the decision by a grand jury not to indict police officers for the death of Breonna Taylor.


However, former Louisville police officer Brett Hankison was charged with "wanton endangerment."


Both officers were rushed to a local hospital. Acting Louisville Metro Police Department Chief Robert Schroeder confirmed that both were stable.

He also confirmed that at least one suspect was in police custody.

Thankfully, Schroeder said the officer's injuries were “non-life-threatening.”

“I am very concerned about the safety of our officers,” Schroeder said. “Obviously we’ve had two officers shot tonight and that is very serious. It’s a very dangerous condition.”

The two officers were shot at approximately 8:30 p.m.

Police officers and National Guard troops guarded the hospital where the officers were being treated.


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