Just two hours after first son Hunter Biden stormed out of a House contempt of Congress hearing after critic Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) was recognized to speak, the lawmaker’s team was highlighting the clash in a new fundraising note.
“My message to Hunter is simple: You can run but you can’t hide!” she said in the email. “I am grateful for all of the patriots who stand with me through thick and thin as I battle to hold the ‘Swamp’ accountable. I am relying on that support at this pivotal moment.”
It’s not uncommon for elected officials to use newsy events to raise money, but Greene’s might test the record for the fastest turnaround time.
Biden surprised the House Oversight Committee when he, his lawyer, and an associate arrived after it began to take front-row seats. The committee