Hunter Biden Targeted by Don Jr.: ‘Man Up’ and Meet Me Onstage
By: Andrew West
As the 2020 election approaches, the candidates involved will certainly find themselves under the most demanding of microscopes, especially as the mainstream media continues to insinuate that this is the most important election of our lives.
On the left side of the aisle there are but two candidates remaining: Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden, both of whom have some baggage to contend with.
In the case of Biden, there has been a renewed interest in the business deals that he and his son Hunter were involved in, particularly in the realm of Ukrainian natural gas. The younger Biden was the recipient of a cushy board position with a company called Burisma, despite possessing no known natural resource knowledge. This led to speculation that it was his connection to the then-veep that “qualified” him for the $80,000+ per month gig.
This has been the subject of a fierce debate among the politically minded, as nepotism seems to reek of the “Deep State” debacle that President Trump hoped to root out with his “drain the swamp” ethos.
Now, the President’s son is calling Hunter Biden out directly, and pushing the idea that the two could meet on stage to debate their individual familial situations.
Donald Trump Jr. on Sunday said he wanted to debate former vice president Joe Biden’s son Hunter over who has used their father’s government position to benefit financially.
Trump Jr. challenged Hunter via Twitter and during an interview with Axios, adding that he is willing to release his taxes if the former VP’s son makes his public as well.
Citing his interview with Axios on Twitter, President Donald Trump’s eldest son declared:
The [mainstream media] loves making a false equivalency between us, so let’s settle it: I challenge Hunter Biden to man up & debate me. Hunter releases his tax returns & I release mine. Let’s have an open [conversation] about who really profited from their father’s public office!
It is highly doubtful that Hunter Biden will accept or even acknowledge the challenge, as his father’s bid for the White House is already on thin ice.
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