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Trump Asks President Putin To Release Information About Hunter Bidenís Business Deal With Russian Billionaire

Adam Wilson

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A few weeks ago, the New York Times finally acknowledged that the contents on Hunter Biden’s laptop were authentic in the midst of an ongoing investigation in to his finances.

New developments continue to come out almost daily about the extent of Hunter Biden’s corruption and how the media, big tech, and the government colluded to hide it from the American public.


On Monday, it was revealed that Hunter Biden received a $142,000 sports car from a banking oligarch in Kazakhstan.

President Trump has been vocal about the investigation in to Hunter Biden and how it has vindicated the story that could have had a major impact on the 2020 presidential election if it wasn’t suppressed by the media and big tech companies.

Yesterday, he quipped that Russian President Vladimir Putin should release information about a $3.5 million wire transfer from a Russian billionaire to Hunter Biden.

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The New York Post Reports

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“Former President Donald Trump said Russian leader Vladimir Putin should “release” information on an alleged business deal involving Hunter Biden, President Biden’s embattled son.

In a new interview Tuesday, Trump discussed an alleged $3.5 million wire transfer from Russian billionaire Elena Baturina to Hunter Biden’s investment firm that was outlined in a report by Senate Republicans made public ahead of the 2020 election.

“So now I would think Putin would know the answer to that,” Trump said on “Just the News” airing on Real America’s Voice network. “I think he should release it. I think we should know that answer.”

Hunter Biden is facing a federal tax probe, with a grand jury convened in Delaware.”

In the 2016 presidential race, Trump asked Russia to release Hillary Clinton’s emails after it was revealed that she was using a private email server.  Some emails were later released by Wikileaks.