Hillary: There is ‘No Evidence’ Joe Biden And His Son ‘Did Anything Wrong’
Clinton defends former Vice president during interview
Twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton defended former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, against allegations of 'corruption' in Ukraine and China, during an interview with PBS NewsHour.
Clinton told host Judy Woodruff there was “no evidence” that the pair “did anything wrong.”
"Former Vice President Joe Biden clearly a part of [the Ukraine matter]. His name came up during [the Trump-Zelensky] call. Whether he did or didn’t do anything wrong — and there’s no proof that he did — President Trump keeps bringing that up, is there an optical problem for Joe Biden because he son was in a position to be making a lot of money from a company that was in a foreign country?"
"You know, Judy, this is the goal of the Trump strategy: It is to raise questions.
"There is no evidence that either one of them did anything wrong.
"Could there be a question of judgment about his son?
"Well, that’s fair game.
"But there is absolutely no evidence, and there will not be any evidence that Joe Biden did anything wrong.
"Enough with these wild unfounded conspiracy theories. Using the help of foreign governments to interfere in our election and to undermine people who have been in the public eye for a long time, and I hope the American people reject this, as they should."
FLASHBACK: Hillary Says “China, If You’re Listening, Why Don’t You Get Trump’s Tax Returns”— Neon Nettle (@NeonNettle) October 5, 2019
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Last week, Trump called on China to join Ukraine in investigating "corrupt" Joe Biden and his "stone-cold crooked" family's business dealings in their countries.
The president told reporters outside the White House Thursday that both Ukrainian and Chinese governments should investigate the former vice president and his son Hunter Biden.
Speaking to the press from the South Lawn, en route to Florida, Trump said China's President Xi Jinping should be concerned about the "billions of dollars" being "taken out of his country" by Hunter Biden.
"China should start an investigation into the Bidens because what happened with China is just about as bad as what happened with Ukraine," Trump said.