Trump called President Biden “slow to the draw” in replying to Russian threats this week, questioning why his crime family got a multi-million-dollar amount of money from the wife of a top Russian politician after the Kremlin announced sanctions this week on Biden, his son Hunter Biden, and Hillary Clinton.
“Breaking News: Russia has just sanctioned President Biden,” Trump said. “While this is terrible, in many ways, maybe they will now explain why the Biden family got 3.5 million dollars from a wealthy former Mayor’s wife.”
Hunter got a $3.5 million wire transfer from Elena Baturina, one of the wealthiest women in Russia and former wife to Yury Luzhkov, the former Moscow mayor, a Senate report revealed in Sept. of 2020 about the Biden family’s actions in Ukraine.
The 2020 Senate report said the Biden family’s work in the nation of Ukraine included “consistent” and “significant” financial connections in Ukraine while Biden was the VP.
“I haven’t taken a penny from any foreign sources, in my whole life,” Joe Biden defended his family during one presidential debate.
Trump then went for former Fox News anchor Chris Wallace for being against Trump’s effort to expose the money transfer during a 2020 debate with Joe Biden.
“During the debate, the ‘moderator’ Chris Wallace, who was then of Fox, would not accept the question,” Trump said. “He said it wasn’t appropriate.”
“Perhaps that is why Joe Biden was so ‘slow to the draw’ with Russia,” Trump said. “This is a very bad conflict of interest that maybe, perhaps, be finally and fully revealed!”
This week, the Russian government unveiled sanctions on numerous Dems and Biden White House affiliates – including Hillary Clinton, White House Media Secretary Jen Psaki, and Joint Chiefs Chairman General Mark Milley.
The sanctions, which are very symbolic but stop the Americans from going to Russia, are a reply to similar financial measures from the Biden White House in reply to Russia’s ongoing actions in Ukraine.
Trump has been increasing his rallies and his public appearances as the midterm elections get closer and Democrats seem to be on the defensive on many fronts.