During the unsuccessful re-election campaign, the ex President of Donald Trump launched repeated accusations against Hunter and told that the Joe Bidens were a “corrupt” family and a “criminal enterprise.”
United States President-elect Joe Biden has expressed full confidence in his son Hunter, a systematic target of Republican attacks, after it was indicated last week that he was under a national tax examination.
At the time of his unsuccessful re-election issue President Donald Trump inaugurated repeated accusations against Hunter and told that the Bidens were a “corrupt” family and a “criminal enterprise.”
Biden told that they have tremendous confidence in their son,” standing next to his wife Jill, in an interview on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” which vented Thursday on CBS.
He said in his first full remarks on the issue since the tax probe became public.
That he is not concerned about any accusations that have been made against him. It used to get to me. He think it’s kind of foul play but… as long as he’s good, they’re good.
Trump and his allies have annually assailed Hunter for his industry dealings in Ukraine and China.
From the year 2014 to 2019, while his dad was a vice president, Hunter, a lawyer and lobbyist, fulfilled on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian gas corporation.
Donald Trump has indicted Joe Biden of striving the disposal of Ukraine’s top prosecutor to conserve Burisma — and his son — from a fraud examination.
Hunter who is 50 now is an artist based in Los Angeles, has acknowledged to exhibiting “poor judgment” in some of his industry dealings, but withheld any wrong doing.
Colbert inquiredd Joe Biden that if there was anything he could “sincerely” thank Trump for attaining during his time in the White House.
After a tight pause, Joe Biden responded: “There are some things… Buying the vaccine moving has been positive, but by and huge, he has been a president who’s serious that the way he achieves is by allocating us.”
Joe Biden also told that he believes by next Christmas, life in the United States will be “awfully close” to normal, “if not there.”