Donald Trump has reckoned Russian President Vladimir Putin, who began an invasion of Ukraine last month, to disclose any information he might retain on US President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden. The former president returned to charges he had repeated numerous times during his ineffective campaign against Biden in the 2020 presidential election.
Not only currently, Trump In an interview during his election campaign for 2016, Trump publicly summoned Moscow to find forfeiting emails from his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. "Russia, if you're hearing, I wish you're able to discover the 30,000 emails that are missing, I believe you will possibly be rewarded greatly by our press," Trump said in a July 2016 news conference.
During an interview Trump alleged that the wife of the mayor of Moscow provided $3.5 million to Hunter Biden." That's a huge amount of money," he said. "She provided him $3.5 million so now I would believe Putin would know the explanation to that. I think he should disclose it and should decipher that explanation," he added. Trump has for a long time claimed, without providing appropriate evidence, that the inexperienced Biden obtained the funds from Elena Baturina, wife of the late Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov, in a proposal to curry favour with Joe Biden.