Republican presidential hopeful Doug Burgum dinged ABC News for failing to report on scandals surrounding Hunter Biden and his overseas business activities.

During an interview with ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos, Burgum contrasted the network’s obsession with indictments of Donald Trump with its silence about investigations of President Joe Biden’s son.

“I just listened to 15 minutes of legal debate on this thing, and I’m sure you could run it again 7 by 24,” Burgum responded to a question posed by Stephanopoulos about Mike Pence’s Electoral College certification.

“But what I know is that I’m running against Joe Biden, and that’s what we’re going to be talking about, and, of course, not a mention in the last 15 minutes of, you know, Hunter Biden or the laptop,” Burgum continued.

The anchor of the ABC program “This Week” asked more broadly about the 2020 election results, specifically if Joe Biden won.

“I believe that Joe Biden w on

 the election,” Burgum acknowledged, marking the first time he has said that during his campaign, according to an ABC News report. “I believe that we have to move on to the future.”

The republican challenger of former President Donald Trump said Americans are concerned when they see the Department of Justice attacking the 45th president while seeming to defend Hunter Biden.

“It does seem political to people,” claimed Burgum.

The latest installment in the saga of Democrats pursuing Trump culminated with Special Counsel Jack Smith securing additional felony indictments Tuesday that will be decided in the Democratic stronghold Washington, D.C.

Hunter Biden’s longtime business associate Devon Archer testified Monday before the House Oversight Committee. Smith’s indictments were announced the following day.

Archer told Oversight Committee members about Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings and revealed that Joe Biden spoke with Hunter’s business associates about 20 times in 10 years, according to a Daily Caller report.

Monday’s testimony by Archer followed transcribed hearings for two IRS whistleblowers who allege the Department of Justice slowed down and possibly hindered progress in the Hunter Biden investigations.

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