Ahead of tonight’s Presidential debate, Wall Street Journal political reporter Ken Thomas tweeted out that Democrat nominee Joe Biden’s Deputy Campaign Manager and Communications Director Kate Bedingfield issued a statement regarding the Hunter Biden laptop allegations.
“If we see tonight from Donald Trump these attacks on Vice President Biden’s family, I think we need to be very, very clear that what he’s doing here is amplifying Russian misinformation,” he quoted her as saying.
Biden campaign's @KBeds on debate: "If we see tonight from Donald Trump these attacks on Vice President Biden's family, I think we need to be very, very clear that what he's doing here is amplifying Russian misinformation."— Ken Thomas (@KThomasDC) October 22, 2020
Top responses to the tweet continue to be skeptical of it being “Russian misinformation” as the allegations have still not been denied.
One Twitter user, “Antifa Just An Idea,” replied, “Bro, it’s his laptop. He signed the repair shop contract. The emails have been verified. Hunter and Joe have not denied authenticity. You sir have TDS, end stage. RIP”
Bro, it’s his laptop. He signed the repair shop contract. The emails have been verified. Hunter and Joe have not denied authenticity. You sir have TDS, end stage. RIP— Antifa Just An Idea (@AntifaJustIdea) October 22, 2020
A Politico article published yesterday claims that Biden’s allies have been pressing the Biden camp to go harder against Trump’s children considering how aggressively the president is attacking his.
When it comes to kids and alleged conflicts of interest, they say, look no further than Ivanka Trump and the article continues by pointing out that while serving as a White House official, she won three new trademarks in China on the same day she met China’s president, Xi Jinping.
The Talking Points Memo article says that using the prestige of government service to build a brand is not illegal, but criminal conflict of interest law prohibits federal officials, like Ivanka and her husband, from participating in government matters that could impact their own financial interest or that of their spouse.
President Trump appears likely to bring the subject up tonight, especially after Fox News reporter John Roberts recently tweeted out that Tony Bobulinski will be Trump’s “special guest at tonight’s debate.”
BREAKING: Tony Bobulinski to be @realDonaldTrump special guest at tonight’s debate— John Roberts (@johnrobertsFox) October 22, 2020
A New York Post report released this morning says that Bobulinski, who describes himself as a former partner of Hunter Biden, confirmed that he was one of the recipients of the May 13, 2017, email published by The Post eight days ago.
That email, from another partner in the group, laid out cash and equity positions and mysteriously included a 10 percent set-aside for “the big guy” and sources have said the “big guy” was Joe Biden.
Bobulinski stated in a matter-of-fact manner, that the “email is genuine” and that the former vice president and Democratic presidential nominee is indeed “the big guy.”
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