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WATCH: Trump Jr. SLAMS Joe and Hunter Biden in Fiery CPAC Speech


The annual Conservative Political Action Conference is a forum for the nation’s most prominent right-wing pundits and politicians.

As a result, many of the featured speakers this week have shared harsh criticism of the Biden administration.

For his part, Donald Trump Jr. not only set his sights on Joe Biden but he also had some choice words for Biden’s ne’er-do-well son Hunter.

Trump started with a fierce denunciation of the White House’s response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

From there, he offered a grim review of the Biden regime in general.

The Daily Mail provided all the details:

‘Think about how things are going right now,’ he said. ‘That the administration that currently is in charge wanted to put together a program to hand out crack pipes.’

‘Because you’d have to be on crack to think that they’re doing a good job, right?’ he said.

‘At least they’ve got a program Hunter could be in charge of,’ he added, to laughs.

The former first son then repeated points his father made during his primetime CPAC address Saturday night – that Putin stayed in line because of President Trump’s strength.

‘You know the first thing a bully does? He takes advantage of the weak and infirm,’ Trump Jr. said, pointing to Biden.

‘All you have to do is watch him walk up a flight of stairs,’ Trump Jr. added.

Of course, this is just the latest example of the younger Trump’s harsh assessment of his father’s successor.

Much of his criticism has come in the form of tweets.

He’s not the only prominent Republican to lambaste the Biden administration for its weak approach to the Ukraine crisis.

Many in the GOP say Biden should have acted sooner to thwart an invasion.

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According to CNN:

Key Republican voices from across Capitol Hill — who have been coordinating their messaging on the crisis in Ukraine — have been purposely measured in their criticism of President Joe Biden in the immediate wake of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, with top GOP lawmakers deliberately critiquing the President’s policy decisions as opposed to lobbing personal attacks, according to Republican sources familiar with the situation.

The thinking among key Republicans is that they want to put on a united front and show solidarity with Ukraine, and they don’t want to give any more ammunition to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Another reason they are calibrating their responses: Republicans want to send a clear signal to Biden that he would have bipartisan support if he were to move ahead with more punitive measures. While a bipartisan sanctions package stalled on Capitol Hill this month amid divisions over enacting preemptive sanctions, lawmakers are hoping to revive the issue when they return to Capitol Hill next week.

Here’s a video clip of Trump’s recent remarks at CPAC.

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