By Duncan Hunter

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden didn’t like it much when President Donald Trump brought up the former vice president’s son, Hunter, during last week’s debate.

Specifically, Biden did not like it when Trump brought up a $3.5 million payment Hunter reportedly received from a Russian oligarch around the time his dad was still doing the vice president thing for Barack Obama, perhaps the most corrupt Democrat ever to sit in the Oval Office.

During the debate, Biden claimed that Trump’s allegations have been widely “debunked.”

Except, as usual, Trump was right and Biden was wrong, and that’s per U.S. Treasury data.

WorldNetDaily reports:

Evidence presented recently by two Senate committees contradicts Joe Biden’s insistence during the presidential debate last week that the claim his son Hunter received $3.5 million from a Russian oligarch has been discredited.

During the debate, Trump asked Biden, “Why is it, just out of curiosity, the mayor of Moscow’s wife gave your son three and a half million dollars?”

“Totally discredited,” Biden shot back.

Just the News, however, cited evidence compiled by the Senate Finance and Homeland Security committees from the FBI and the Treasury Department in a report released Sept. 23.

The Treasury Department turned over to the Senate investigators Suspicious Activity Reports that linked Hunter Biden to Elena Baturina, a billionaire and the wife of the former mayor of Moscow.

On Feb. 14, 2014, Baturina wired $3.5 million to a Rosemont Seneca Thornton LLC bank account for a ‘Consultancy Agreement DD12.02.2014.”

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