Donald Trump thumps the Biden family as ‘corrupt as hell’ during visit to The Villages
Trump arrives at The Villages.

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The President continues to sell the Hunter Biden issue to his base.

President Donald Trump returned to the Villages Friday afternoon, part of a two-city Sunshine State swing ahead of voting early in West Palm Beach Saturday.

Trump, fresh off a debate with Democrat Joe Biden, used his first rally of the day to reinforce messages from the debate itself, including the issue of the former Vice President’s son and foreign business dealings that have Republican partisans charging conflict of interest.

Trump did not immediately go on offense on the Hunter Biden issue.

But at around the fifteen-minute mark, Trump turned to the saga of Hunter Biden, the previously anonymous business associate Tony Bobulinski, and his continued allegations that the former Vice President’s son sought to “vacuum up billions of dollars around the globe,” aided and abetted by his father’s name.

“Think of it, his son, without a job, knows nothing about energy,” Trump said about Biden.”He gets lined up with this Ukrainian energy company, $183,000 a month to be on the board.”

“They go to China, get $1.5 million to manage,” Trump said. “Russia, $3.5 million from the Moscow Mayor’s wife.”

“You see the notes, Joe gets 10% of everything,” Trump added, saying the arrangement between Hunter and Joe Biden was “corrupt as hell.”

“What about you and the kids? I don’t do deals.” Trump said, adding that his kids “don’t do deals.”

“The Bidens got rich while America got robbed,” the President continued, before moving on to other topics, including but not limited to the “great Governor” Ron DeSantis and how Trump allowed Florida to import pharmaceuticals from Canada.

The Hunter Biden story continues to be a leit motif of this campaign.

Senior advisor Jason Miller said on a Friday call with press that Joe Biden “failed to push back on” the Bobulinski claims. Miller noted, with Trump having the former VP “dead to rights” on “foreign corruption allegations.”

Ahead of the President’s speech at the Villages, former Attorney General Pam Bondi devoted part of her remarks to the Hunter Biden saga also.

Trump also extolled Bondi, saying she could come into the administration and “have anything she wanted.”

The President also teased a potential move to the retirement community.

“I’ll tell you what. I’ll sell Mar-a-Lago and move to The Villages. Not a bad idea,” he quipped.

A.G. Gancarski

A.G. Gancarski has written for FloridaPolitics.com since 2014. He is based in Northeast Florida. He can be reached at [email protected] or on Twitter: @AGGancarski


6 comments

  • Sonja Fitch

    October 23, 2020 at 7:11 pm

    Blah blah hunter Biden. Blah blah! Trump is a paranoid delusional racist sexist liar! Old folks Trump is using you for Trump Ugo ! Trump does not care if you die! Vote Democrat up and down ballot!

  • S B ANTHONY

    October 23, 2020 at 7:47 pm

    Florida seniors say Bye-Don!

  • Frankie M.

    October 23, 2020 at 9:22 pm

    This one trick pony needs a new playbook. That stuff might work with against crooked Hillary but now he’s just phoning it in with mysterious laptops and missing Russian emails. That shit might’ve worked last time with rich “suburban” white females who were jealous of Hillary’s success but that dog ain’t gonna hunt this time.

  • John

    October 23, 2020 at 10:27 pm

    Please Trump would rather eat shit then move to the villages!

  • S.B. ANTHONY

    October 24, 2020 at 7:17 am

    Half of those at that rally will,be laying in hospital,beds by election day. He’s killing his own trumpers.

  • DisplacedCTYankee

    October 24, 2020 at 12:59 pm

    “Think of it, his son, without a job, knows nothing about energy,” Trump said about Biden.

    Says a man who has two sons, a son-in-law, a daughter, all of whom know nothing about anything and work for Daddy.

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