By Tank Murdoch

(TNS) President Donald Trump vowed late Wednesday to bring up corruption allegations involving former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter “all the time” if dad wins the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.



The president’s pledge comes on the heels of a report Wednesday indicating that Senate Republicans are set to ramp up an investigation into Ukraine-elated corruption allegations involving Joe and Hunter Biden as the former VP surged to the top of the Democratic presidential race following Super Tuesday.



“That will be a major issue in the campaign. I will bring that up all the time,” the president told Fox News’ Sean Hannity during a lengthy interview Wednesday evening.

He added that Joe Biden’s campaign doesn’t have any good answers for why his son was paid roughly $3 million by a Ukrainian energy firm, Burisma, while the VP served as Barack Obama’s “point man” on Ukraine.

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“These are questions that Joe Biden has not adequately answered,” Johnson said, POLITICO reported. “And if I were a Democrat primary voter, I’d want these questions satisfactorily answered before I cast my final vote.”

If we are to trust presidential lawyer Rudy Giuliani, and so far there is no reason not to, Joe Biden may have more to worry about than his son.



Giuliani has said for months he has found evidence of RICO violations involving Joe Biden and millions of dollars in countries beyond Ukraine. And he laid most of it out during an appearance last month with Lou Dobbs on Fox Business Network (read that here).

Anyone who doubts that President Trump doesn’t have the, um, “stones” to make these allegations an issue with Biden during debates hasn’t been paying attention. We’ll be grabbing popcorn.

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