WATCH: CNN Host Admits LIVE On Air Trump Was Right!

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In a surprising development, Jake Tapper, a prominent news anchor at CNN, acknowledged during a live broadcast that President Trump’s assertions were accurate… Biden’s assertion was deemed inaccurate, alluding to a contentious exchange at a 2020 debate wherein former President Donald Trump levied accusations regarding Hunter Biden’s financial transactions involving foreign entities.

The acknowledgment has been prompted by Glenn Kessler’s fact check in The Washington Post, suggesting that Joe Biden’s previous assertions during the 2020 debates may not have been verifiable.

Based on the findings of Kessler’s recent investigation, it was established that Hunter Biden acknowledged in a court proceeding held in July of this year that he had really received substantial remunerations from Chinese enterprises. According to the inquiry findings, Hunter’s reported income for the years 2017 and 2018 amounted to about $2.4 million and $2.2 million respectively, with a significant portion of these earnings attributed to Chinese or Ukrainian sources. This statement presents a discrepancy between the content spoken by Joe Biden during the 2020 presidential debate versus Donald Trump and the truthfulness of his statements.

During the section, a video excerpt from the debate was presented, featuring Biden making a statement, saying, “My son has not made money in terms of this thing, about, what are you talking about China?”

Tapper said, “But I mean, Trump was right. He did make a fortune from China, and Joe Biden was wrong.” Tapper, however, was quick to point out that the former Vice President might have been unaware of these dealings, suggesting that “he might not have been told by Hunter.” However, Tapper called this lack of awareness “a problem.”


It is highly likely that Republicans will persistently pursue this issue. Furthermore, it is important to note that the matter at hand is currently undergoing legal proceedings, which serves as evidence that it is not solely a matter of political discourse, as some individuals aligned with left-leaning ideologies may assert. Rather, it is a concrete issue that is actively being addressed inside the judicial system.

The study conducted by Glenn Kessler regarding the disparities between Joe Biden’s statements during debates and Hunter Biden’s court evidence has prompted The Washington Post to address Hunter Biden’s business transactions in China and Ukraine.

Upon closer examination of the evidence, it becomes apparent that there were instances where Hunter Biden’s business ventures intersected with his father’s official responsibilities, much to the chagrin of “fact-checker” Kessler.

According to Kessler:

Joe Biden’s comment that Hunter Biden made no money in China was made in the course of a contentious debate in which he rebutted a number of false claims made by Trump. Yet he made his statement in response to a direct question from the moderator. It’s possible he purposely tailored his answer to just the period when he was vice president, but Biden has never been known for such parsing of language. The president tends to be sloppier in his phrasing — which often gets him into trouble.

But the fact remains that Biden, during the debate, denied his son had made money in China. In court last week, his son has said he earned hundreds of thousands of dollars from Chinese business deals.


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