Where’s Hunter? Joe Says: “We Want to Talk About Families, Ethics. I Don’t Want to Do That”


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Where's Hunter?

Joe Biden should be be ashamed of what he said during the debate when President Trump brought up Hunter.

Specifically, Biden said.

We want to talk about families and ethics. I don't want to talk about that.

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Considering that Hunter is accused of taking millions from foreign governments… no wonder Joe doesn't want to talk about it!

See the stunning moment Joe Biden tried to cover-up for his son, Hunter:

Democrats and their allies in the media have consistently investigated President Trump.

They've even gone after Trump's businesses, children, and extended family.

Yet...

Joe Biden is uncomfortable talking about Hunter Biden?

The Hill has more on Biden's answer during the debate:

President Trump attacked Democratic rival Joe Biden during the first presidential debate Tuesday night by going after his son Hunter Biden's work in Ukraine, leaning into an issue that led to Trump's impeachment in an attempt to get under the former vice president's skin.

In a pair of combative exchanges on a night full of them, Trump lambasted Biden by raising Hunter Biden's work for Ukrainian gas company Burisma Holdings. Trump first raised the issue during a segment focused on the state of the economy, seizing on allegations that have largely been discredited.

The president accused Hunter Biden of profiting in China while his father was vice president during the Obama administration.

"China ate your lunch, Joe. And no wonder, your son goes there he takes out billions of dollars. Takes out billions of dollars to manage. He makes millions of dollars," Trump said.

He went on to allege the former vice president's son made millions of dollars working for Burisma Holdings and received payments from the former mayor of Moscow. Both have been raised by Republicans in an attempt to question whether there was a conflict of interest while Biden was vice president, but there is no evidence of wrongdoing.

Biden initially avoided engaging, repeating that the allegations were "simply not true."

"None of that is true. It’s totally discredited," Biden said, adding that his son "did nothing wrong at Burisma."

Trump attempted to hold Biden's feet to the fire on the issue, to the point that moderator Chris Wallace had to repeatedly and forcefully ask the president to stop interrupting.

"He doesn’t want to let me answer because he knows I have the truth," Biden said. "His position has been totally thoroughly discredited."

"We want to talk about families and ethics. I don’t want to do that. His family we could talk about all night," Biden added before turning to the camera and saying the debate should be "about your family, the American people."

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If the Bidens aren't hiding anything, then where's Hunter?

Why has he been shielded from the public eye?

And why has the media refused to ask meaningful questions about him?


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