Biden's campaign has repeatedly denied that the former vice president and current Democratic presidential hopeful knew anything about his son's overseas business dealings.
Jordan told Fox News over the weekend that it's "not Russian disinformation," saying the "emails are real," before citing a new eyewitness. "Not enough journalists are doing their jobs," he said of why it isn't top news everywhere.
The Epoch Times has not been able to independently authenticate the emails and materials.
Jordan alleged that “Hunter Biden cashed in" and "Joe Biden is compromised, and of course the former vice president misled the American people when he said he had no knowledge, no understanding of what his son was up to in his international business dealings."
Biden's campaign on Thursday denied a meeting between him and the Burisma executive ever took place and has repeatedly denied he knew anything about Hunter Biden's overseas business.
“As Chris Wallace said on the air about this very smear, ‘Vice President Biden has actually released his tax returns—unlike President Trump—and there is no indication he ever got any money from anybody in these business deals,’” Biden campaign spokesman Andrew Bates told news outlets on Thursday.
He added that Biden “has never even considered being involved in business with his family, nor in any overseas business whatsoever,” writing that “he has never held stock in any such business arrangements nor has any family member or any other person ever held stock for him.”
Biden, his campaign, and his Democrat allies in Congress have also suggested that the email revelations are part of a Russian disinformation campaign. Biden made that claim when Trump brought up the emails and the "laptop from hell" during the final debate.
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe told Fox News last week that the emails are not Russian disinformation, while the FBI later added that it has nothing to add to Ratcliffe's statement.
The new focus on Hunter Biden and his overseas business dealings by President Donald Trump's reelection campaign was described as "crass" by Biden during an interview on Saturday.