Ever since Joe Biden announced that he is running for the Presidential elections, he and his family has been under constant attack from the Democrats, especially President Trump. The attacks were so personal, which included mocking his stuttering problem, targeting his son Hunter Biden for his business deals. President Trump also misused the power of the highest office and asked Ukraine President to investigate Hunter Biden’s business deals, which will eventually hurt his father Joe Biden’s campaign back home in the United States of America.
In a recent statement, former Vice President Joe Biden said that the attacks on him or his family during the 2020 campaign couldn’t overshadow his fight. In an interview with ABC on Sunday, he said - “ I can’t let my anger overcome the desire and the need to be united and to heal this country. I’ve got to move beyond me and beyond my family. Because it’s about your family, it’s about everybody else’s family, not mine alone.” Talking about Trump’s attacks on his son Hunter Biden, Joe Biden called it a “pure sham.” We all know that Trump asked Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate the Bidens over a phone call in July. The phone call was the epicenter of the impeachment proceedings against Trump. However, with the help of Republicans majority in Senate, Trump was acquitted of the charges last week.
In his interview, Biden also added - “I’ll be damned, I’ve been hit a lot. But it’s not going to work on me anymore. I’ll be damned if I’m going to walk away and not take this country back.” Even after Trump’s impeachment trial and the acquittal process, Republican Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin announced to review Hunter Biden’s business activities. Biden slammed this narrative, “this is probably going nowhere.”
The United States of America is presently dealing with the worst crisis of all time in history. T..
The coronavirus pandemic has taught many lessons for many countries, including the developed firs..