Memo Shows State Dept. Viewed Burisma Lobbying Campaign as “Threatening” and “Bullying”

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New­ly declas­si­fied State Depart­ment mem­os show the U.S. embassy in Ukraine was deeply con­cerned by a lob­by­ing cam­paign being waged by the Hunter Biden-con­nect­ed Buris­ma Hold­ings gas firm and its allies, describ­ing one con­tact short­ly before the 2016 elec­tion as “aggres­sive, threat­en­ing, bullying.“The mem­os — released to Just the News and the con­ser­v­a­tive Cit­i­zens Unit­ed watch­dog under sep­a­rate Free­dom of Infor­ma­tion Act law­suits — show State offi­cials were acute­ly aware of the sen­si­tiv­i­ties of rebuff­ing a pres­sure cam­paign car­ried out by the Ukrain­ian nat­ur­al gas firm that had hired then-Vice Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s son.
For instance, the embassy’s deputy eco­nom­ic coun­selor sent an email two weeks after Don­ald Trump won the pres­i­den­cy in Novem­ber 2016 detail­ing efforts by Buris­ma’s founder Niko­lay Zlochevsky to clear his com­pa­ny of long-pend­ing cor­rup­tion allegations.
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