[otw_shortcode_dropcap label=”P” font=”Ultra” background_color_class=”otw-no-background” size=”large” border_color_class=”otw-no-border-color”][/otw_shortcode_dropcap]resident Trump spoke in the Rose Garden yesterday and raised some questions about the Bidens, their morals, and China. “Joe Biden didn’t just side with China on the virus,” the President said about Biden and the spread of the coronavirus. Biden also “described the rise of China as ‘a very positive development” he added. “Not for us it’s not,” said Trump.
Trump also quoted Joe Biden as saying, “the idea that China is our competition is really bizarre…China’s not a problem.” Except China is very much a problem. “Nobody’s ripped us off more in the last 25, 30 years” explains Trump. Now that Biden is running for President, he has to make an attempt to appear that he has a clue about the world and the dangers of China. “Now he takes it all back and now he wants to be Mr. tough guy. For 47 years he never said anything bad about China, just the opposite” explained Trump.
Then there is the younger Biden, his son Hunter, who “walked out with 1.5 billion dollars of money to invest where he’ll make hundreds of thousands maybe millions of dollars a year” said Trump. “Where is Hunter by the way? Hunter Biden walked out with $1.5 billion. In Ukraine, he got $83,000 a month and I guess an upfront payment of $3 million dollars” said Trump.
Hunter Biden “went from not having a job to getting $83,000 dollars a month with a lot of money paid upfront to work for Burisma. And you all know about Burisma but nothing happens and nobody cares” the President added.
Hunter “was unemployed and forced to leave the military…but nobody talks about that” said Trump. Why are the Democrats so willing to have zero discussion around the unethical behavior of their likely nominee who wants to be the next leader of the free world and his son’s abuse of power?
Citizen Free Press notes that President Trump took the high road of not mentioning “the crack pipe, or the stripper baby mama, or the $12,000-a-month Hollywood Hills home he rents, or the $130,000 Porsche he zips around LA, or his late-career turn as a drop-out ‘artist’ living on the fringes of SoCal’s socialite scene.”