Trump, Biden argue over their tax returns

Remigio Civitarese
Октября 23, 2020

President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden squared off in their final presidential debate Thursday night, less than two weeks before Election Day. Biden largely dismissed Trump's confusing accusations about his son, Hunter Biden, and had a chance to talk about his plans for multiple uninterrupted minutes. "He's being fed information that's not true". "Show us", Biden said. For Trump, it was accusations that the Biden family is a "criminal enterprise" that can't be trusted. He told Trump to "release your tax returns or stop talking about corruption". As the former VP discussed punishing Russia, Iran and China for interfering in the 2020 election, Trump raised the "horrible emails" - culled from a hard drive that Giuliani obtained, purportedly from a computer repairman in DE who had done work on Hunter Biden's water-damaged laptop.

Trump reacted incredulously, linking it to previous investigations of his and his campaign's ties to Russians, and decrying what he described as a "Russia, Russia, Russia" fixation by Democrats.

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