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Rep. Hank Johnson: Rep. Gaetz 'pot calling kettle black' bringing up Hunter Biden's DUI

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Following Rep. Matt Gaetz' statements regarding an article about Hunter Biden in the New Yorker regarding his alleged substance abuse, Rep. Hank Johnson says "the pot calling the kettle black is not something we should do."