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Two Senate Republican chairmen on Wednesday released findings from their months-long investigation into the Bidens, arguing that Hunter Biden’s work for a Ukraine gas company “cast a shadow” over Obama-era policy.

The controversial report, from Sens. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) and Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), comes only weeks before the November election and days before the first debate between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden—raising concerns among Democrats that the two are trying to interfere in the presidential election and bolster Trump in the final stretch of the campaign.

The GOP senators acknowledge in their report it is “not clear” how much U.S. policy was impacted because of Hunter Biden’s work for Ukraine gas company Burisma Holdings, but argue that it created an “awkwardness” for the Obama-era State Department.

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