Biden Says ‘Give Me A Break’ When Asked If He’s Compromised By Family Business In China

After delivering remarks regarding aerial objects flying over North American air space, a reporter asked President Joe Biden if he has been “compromised by his family’s business relations in China,” and the President was not pleased.

Responding to the reporter with a smile on his face, Biden said, “Give me a break, man.”

The question was reportedly referring to the House Republicans’ Oversight Committee investigation into the foreign business dealings of both Joe’s son, Hunter Biden, and brother, Jim Biden, according to Just The News.

Both family members have extensive ties to China, alleges a press release posted to the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability’s website earlier this month.

In February alone, United States jets have shot down three unidentified flying objects, as well as the infamous Chinese spy balloon.

Prior to becoming angry over the reporter’s question, the President provided updates on the Chinese spy balloon and the other objects shot down by the North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD.

Biden’s remarks begin at 18:10 in the clip below:

Concerns over Biden’s supposed links to China have only multiplied in recent months after classified documents were discovered at the Penn Biden Center, which, according to Fox News, has a huge benefactor: the Chinese.

Cassie Smedile, a frequent Fox News guest and the Vice President of conservative credit card company, Coign, joined Stu Varney to discuss Biden’s links to China back in January.

“There are too many questions, not enough answers. Hope we’ll get some more of them… The Biden Penn Center had a great benefactor, and that’s his anonymous donors that’s got Chinese-backed ties. And we need to know what access they had, why they gave such a large check,” Smedile said.

“Anybody who’s been around this town for a minute knows there’s no such thing as a free lunch. And the American people do deserve answers on this because this is broader than just some documents that were accidentally left in the closet.”