"I don't know a wife," Trump said, referring to Biden Hunter

President Trump turned his attacks on former Vice President Joe Biden to his Democratic opponent's son, Hunter Biden, and led his affairs to a substance abuse and position on the board of the Ukrainian energy company Burisma, which Senate Republicans The latest findings were the subject of an investigation.

"I don't know a wife," Trump said, referring to Biden Hunter

In a controversial exchange of initial presidential debates, Biden criticized Mr. Trump for claiming in a report in the Atlantic that he had called the fallen members of the military "defeated" and successful. "

"My son was in Iraq, he spent a year there. He got a bronze star, he got a conspiratorial service medal," Biden said of his late son, Beau Biden. "He was not a loser. He was a patriot, and the people left behind were heroes."

"Are you talking about Hunter?" Mr. Trump interrupted the former vice president. "I'm talking about my son Beau Biden," Biden said.

"I don't know the wife, I know the hunter," Mr. Trump intervened. Biden died of a brain tumor in 2015, when Biden was vice president.

The president then revealed, without any evidence, that Hunter Biden had been dishonestly discharged’ from the army and had made "good luck" in Ukraine and Russia.

Biden denied Mr. Trump's claims about Hunter Biden, but his son had a drug problem.

The former vice president said, "They have decided, they have worked on it." "I'm proud of it. I'm proud of my son."

Hunter Biden's tenure on the Burmese board was the subject of a year-long investigation by a pair of Republican-led Senate committees and allegations of misconduct by Mr. Trump, often by Democrats and Biden. Is cited’ as evidence.

A report released by the two committees last week found that while Biden's stance on the Burmese board was "problematic" and led to a potential conflict of interest, Hunter Biden's remarks about Ukraine It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.


When Trump intervenes during the debate, Biden says, 'Will you shut up, man?'