Former Associate Of Hunter Biden’s Lawyer Acting Head of DOJ Criminal Division
A Justice Department official hired under President Biden — and placed in charge of the agency’s criminal division in an acting capacity — is a former close associate of the attorney representing Hunter Biden in his current legal woes.
The department revealed on Inauguration Day that it had tapped Nicholas McQuaid as acting assistant attorney general overseeing the criminal division.
His official, non-acting title is principal deputy assistant attorney general.
Prior to joining the Biden administration, McQuaid was a partner at Latham & Watkins LLP alongside Chris Clark, an associate at the firm.
Clark was hired by Hunter Biden in December, after the son of the 46th president revealed he was under federal investigation for possible tax fraud and money laundering.
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