'Good Morning America' Slams Biden For Dodging Nepotism Questions Over Ukraine, China Dealings

Joe Biden is looking more and more like damaged goods, after Good Morning America couldn't get a straight answer out of the beleaguered former Vice President regarding accusations of rampant nepotism with his son Hunter in both Ukraine and China

Hunter - who is now being sued by an Arkansas woman claiming he fathered her child while also plowing his late brother's widow, and who was recently accused of returning a rental car to an Arizona Hertz location with a used crack pipe and two DC driver's licenses - was given a sweetheart seat on the board of Ukrainian gas giant Burisma, despite having zero experience in Ukraine or the energy industry. During this time, his father Joe Biden used his position as Vice President to pressure Ukraine into firing its top prosecutor who was investigating the company. 

Questionable dealings were also uncovered in China after journalist and Clinton Cash author Peter Schweizer also revealed that in 2013, the father-son duo flew to China on Air Force Two. Two weeks later, Hunter's firm inked a private equity deal for $1 billion with a subsidiary of the Chinese government's Bank of China, which expanded to $1.5 billion, according to an article by Schweizer in the New York Post.

And while these allegations had remained largely in the realm of conservative news outlets, Good Morning America just amplified it to their diverse audience of more than 3.7 million viewers (according to Nielsen).