Trump Calls On Joe Biden To “Leave The Campaign” Over Allegations Involving Hunter That His Own Senate Could Not Prove

You have GOT to be kidding me.

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Once again, as the election creeps closer and closer with polls still predicting his loss, Donald Trump’s pathetic desperation is on display. Now, Trump has already found himself impeached for life over the whole Ukraine situation, after he attempted to extort the country out of dirty information on what was then one of many Democratic candidates based on entirely unsubstantiated theories regarding corruption allegations against former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter.

For a while, on the heels of his very nasty, very public impeachment, Trump and his team of cronies seemed to stay pretty quiet about the Ukraine narrative. However, once one of his cronies in the Senate, Homeland Security chairman Ron Johnson, released the results of a highly partisan investigation they conducted into the Hunter Biden allegations, the Biden/Ukraine narrative has once again been reignited.

Even the heavily partisan report conducted by Trump’s own cronies only determined that the business dealings conducted by Biden’s son were “problematic,” yet still failed to produce an ounce of evidence that they had even a shred of influence on U.S. foreign policy. But nevertheless, Trump is running with it.

During a radio interview with Fox News, Donald ran with the ridiculous and tired accusations in combination with the shaky results of the partisan investigation and used it to urge the Democratic frontrunner to “leave the campaign” because he was “in on it.”

For well over a year now, Trump and his allies, namely his personal attorney and friend Rudy Guiliani, have been obsessed with uncovering and exposing wrongdoings in Ukraine by the Bidens that simply doesn’t exist. The president ultimately found himself impeached after essentially holding military aid for the country of Ukraine hostage until Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky publicly announced an investigation into the former Vice President and Democratic frontrunner.

You can listen to Trump’s comments here:

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