President Trump dropped the mic at the second and final presidential debate.
When the debate moderator asked about election interference, Trump brilliantly pivoted to Biden's connections to Russia and China.
Biden appeared shocked.
But Trump honed in.
He looked straight at Biden and said that the American people deserve an explanation from Joe.
Trump even referenced the "big man."
"Big man" is suspected to be a secret code for "Joe Biden" in Hunter Biden's emails.
The Bidens and their allies in the media appear to be covering up for Joe Biden.
They don't want to report on the "dark money" that the Biden's have received from foreign entities.
However, even Newsweek reports that Hunter Biden received $3.5 million from an ex-Moscow mayor's wife, according to a Senate report:
A new report from Senate Republicans alleges that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden received a $3.5 million payment from the wealthy wife of Moscow's former mayor, amid a slew of other financial transactions and entanglements that federal government officials warned presented conflicts of interest as the former vice president spearheaded the Obama administration's Ukraine policy.
Democrats have dismissed the Republican report, which was released Wednesday, as playing up Russian misinformation, and the 87-page document did not demonstrate that Hunter Biden's financial entanglements impacted U.S. policy. But it emphasized that government officials flagged concerns about potential conflicts of interest and that the former vice president's son's financial interests with foreign governments "accelerated" during the administration of former President Barack Obama.
"Hunter Biden received a $3.5 million wire transfer from Elena Baturina, the wife of the former mayor of Moscow," the Republican report, which was the result of an investigation led by GOP Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, explained as one of its "key findings."
Baturina, a billionaire, was previously married to Yuri Luzhkov, who served as mayor of Moscow but was fired for alleged corruption in 2010. The report details how Biden's business received a $3.5 million payment from Baturina in February 2014, which was described to be for "consultancy" work. In 2015, Biden also received several payments of several hundred thousand dollars from Baturina, several of which were listed as part of a "loan agreement."
The report does not allege that there was anything illegal about these transactions. However, the document demonstrates that Hunter Biden had a series of financial entanglements with foreign officials and business people associated with adversarial governments. Notably, President Donald Trump and his company the Trump Organization have widespread business interests around the world, several of which have been connected by reports to alleged money laundering and potentially nefarious activities.
Newsweek reached out to the Joe Biden campaign for comment on the Republican report, but it did not immediately respond.
Social media and the mainstream media have appeared to cover for Joe Biden.
But now that Trump has brought up Hunter Biden's emails, will the public finally find out the truth?