Donald Trump Jr joked that he wanted him to be Hunter Biden so that he could earn & # 39; millions from my father's presidency & # 39 ;.
The president's eldest son claimed that he wanted to mimic the son of the former vice president to take advantage of his father in the White House.
President Trump has accused Joe Biden's son, Hunter, of abusing his father's position during Obama's presidency to earn millions in the management of a Ukrainian natural gas company.
While trying to dig up dirt on the Bidens, Trump would have put pressure on the Ukrainian president to investigate the claims, which led to the ongoing investigation into deposition by Congress.
Trump Jr appeared on Fox News last night to attack his father's political rival and claims that the media treats Joe Biden, who will be nominated Democrat in 2020 against the president, favorably.
Donald Trump Jr. appeared on Fox News to launch an attack on his father's political rivals and accuse the media of favoring the Bidens
Hunter Biden is accused of using his father's position as vice-president to earn millions of dollars while on the board of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma
Host Sean Hannity asked Don Jr. to unfounded allegations that Joe Biden was conducting his own & # 39; quid pro quo & # 39; conversation to force Ukraine to remove his public prosecutor investigating Burisma Holdings, the company that Hunter employed.
Joe Biden denied any misconduct and said he called for the removal of the then Chief Public Prosecutor Viktor Shokin in 2016 because of his ineffectiveness in tackling corruption in Ukraine, a widespread issue that both the United States and the European Union had long emphasized .
But Hannity said last night in his show: & # 39; Joe Biden is on the band in a quid pro quo. Either you fire him within six hours or you don't get the billion dollars. Fire him, you get the billion dollars. Quid pro quo.
& # 39; Then you got, & # 39; & # 39; Do you know anything about Ukraine? & # 39; & # 39 ;, No. & # 39; & # 39; Do you know anything about energy? & # 39; & # 39 ;, No. & # 39; & # 39; Oil? & # 39; & # 39 ;, No. & # 39; & # 39; Gas? & # 39; & # 39 ;, No. & # 39; & # 39; Millions of dollars? & # 39; & # 39 ;, Oh, that was the man who demanded Joe to be fired. Imagine that was your name, Hunter Biden. & # 39;
Trump Jr. answered jokingly: & # 39; Well, I wish my name was Hunter Biden.
& # 39; I could go abroad, earning millions from my father's presidency. I would really be a rich man. It would be incredible.
Host Sean Hannity asked the president's eldest son about unfounded allegations that Joe Biden was conducting his own & # 39; quid pro quo & # 39; conversation to force Ukraine to remove his prosecutor
Hunter Biden (left) became a member of the board of directors of the Ukrainian energy company Burisma, after his father became the point-man of the Obama administration in relations between the US and Ukraine and reportedly for a number of years $ 50,000 to $ 80,000 was paid per month
& # 39; But because my name is Trump, if I were to take 1.5 dollars from China, not $ 1.5 billion like Hunter, but 1.5 dollars, their heads would explode.
& # 39; If I accepted a no-show job for $ 83,000 a month for a company, I didn't know anything in a language I didn't speak in a corrupt country like the Ukraine, where my father holds billions of taxpayers for days if you are the officer of justice that investigates me, the media would end itself. They would have an aneurysm and put an end to the fake news media problem.
& # 39; That is the double standard that we now live under. That is the double standard that the American people are sick of. & # 39;
The European Union and many officials of the Obama administration all insisted on the removal of the public prosecutor and several investigations have not produced any evidence of misconduct by the Bidens.
Trump is accused of threatening to withhold help from Ukraine, so the authorities will investigate his political rival, Joe Biden and his son, during a call with President Volodymyr Zelensky (left)
Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman, director of European affairs at the National Security Council, arrives in the Capitol on Tuesday for his deposition as part of the House's deposition investigation on Tuesday
President Donald Trump accused Biden of pressure on the Ukrainian authorities earlier this month, hours after White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney seemed to admit during a briefing with reporters that the president had his own & quid pro quo & # 39; with Ukraine.
Mulvaney said, referring to allegations that Ukraine might have had a hand when hacking the DNC server in 2016: & # 39; Looking back on what happened in 2016, was certainly part of the things he was worried about in corruption with that nation. And that is absolutely appropriate. & # 39;
But hours later, Mulvaney cut back on his comments and said, "The only reason we were holding the money was because of concerns about the lack of support from other countries and concerns about corruption."
A home investigation has received evidence from Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, the best Ukrainian expert on the National Security Council, that the President personally had $ 400 million in support to force the country to announce that it was investigating Joe Biden and his son.
He told the hearing yesterday that a White House transcription of the July call between Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky omitted crucial words or sentences that he tried – but failed – to restore.
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