Trump Predicts the Outcome of 2024 Election as He Reveals the Truth About His 2020 Defeat

by Jessica

Former President Donald Trump faced a tough question from Fox News host Laura Ingraham on Tuesday night when she asked him to provide proof that President Joe Biden had personally profited from his son Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings.

According to a report by The Independent on Wednesday, February 21, 2024, Trump, who is the frontrunner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, has repeatedly accused Biden of being corrupt and involved in a “pay-for-play” scheme with foreign countries, especially Ukraine and China.

He has also claimed that Hunter Biden, who served on the board of a Ukrainian energy company called Burisma Holdings, was paid millions of dollars for doing nothing and that his father intervened to protect him from prosecution.

However, when Ingraham pressed Trump to back up his allegations with evidence, he struggled to give a clear and convincing answer.

He instead resorted to vague and unsubstantiated claims, such as saying that Biden “has a lot of houses all over the place” and that he “was never paid more than about $179,000.”

Trump also repeated his assertion that Hunter Biden “gets millions of dollars just for sitting on a board, an energy board, and he admits that he knows nothing about energy.”

He did not mention that Hunter Biden stepped down from the board of Burisma in 2019 before his father announced his presidential bid and that he has denied any wrongdoing or influence peddling.

Trump’s inability to provide concrete evidence of Biden’s corruption contrasted with his record of financial conflicts of interest and legal troubles.

Trump has refused to release his tax returns, which could reveal his sources of income and debts.

He has also faced multiple investigations and lawsuits over his business practices, his charitable foundation, his inaugural committee, and his role in inciting the deadly Capitol riot on January 6.

Moreover, Trump’s accusations against Biden have been debunked by several sources, including US intelligence agencies, former Ukrainian officials, and bipartisan congressional committees.

They have found no evidence that Biden acted improperly or inappropriately in his dealings with Ukraine or that he received any personal benefit from his son’s business activities.

Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives in 2019 for abusing his power by pressuring Ukraine to announce an investigation into the Bidens, in exchange for releasing military aid and granting a White House meeting.

He was acquitted by the Senate, but the scandal damaged his credibility and reputation.

Trump’s latest attempt to smear Biden with baseless claims of corruption comes as he tries to maintain his grip on the Republican Party and position himself as the leader of the opposition to the Biden administration.

He has also hinted at running for president again in 2024, despite losing the 2020 election by more than 7 million votes and 74 electoral votes.

However, Trump’s strategy of attacking Biden without providing any proof may backfire, as it could alienate some voters who are tired of his divisive and dishonest rhetoric.

It could also expose him to more scrutiny and criticism from the media, the public, and his political rivals, who may challenge him to substantiate his allegations or face the consequences.


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