What’s the deal with the Hunter Biden email controversy?

The resignation of prominent investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald from The Intercept has once again catapulted the alleged overseas business dealings of United States presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son Hunter into the spotlight.

Greenwald accused his editors at The Intercept, a news outlet he cofounded, of censoring an article he wrote, “based on recently revealed emails and witness testimony” that “raised critical questions” about Democrat Joe Biden’s conduct.

The Intercept’s editor-in-chief denies Greenwald was censored.

The high-profile departure of a journalist who built his career combatting media oppression is the latest flashpoint in a controversy that has engulfed Twitter and Facebook, and stoked criticisms of anti-conservative bias by “mainstream media” and the guardians of social media platforms.

Here’s what you need to know about Hunter Biden’s emails, the connections with Ukraine and China, and the mudslinging so far.

First of all, what is Hunter Biden accused of?

The US former vice president’s son is accused of working to set up business deals in Ukraine and China that traded on his famous family’s name and peddling influence with his father.

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