On Inauguration day, one of that lawyer's colleagues was appointed as the acting head of the Biden Justice Department's criminal division, according to Axios - and first reported on Friday by Fox News' Tucker Carlson.
New: in December, Hunter Biden hired a new criminal defense lawyer. A month later, on inauguration day, one of his close colleagues was appointed as the acting head of DOJ's criminal division https://t.co/xv8LHEsaop— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) February 2, 2021
In December, the younger Biden hired former federal prosecutor Chris Clark, a partner at Latham & Watkins, to defend him against alleged tax and money laundering activities, as well as potential counterintelligence concerns. Clark worked at Latham with Nicholas McQuaid on multiple cases involving white-collar defense.