Former Vice President Joe Biden snapped at a reporter when he was asked whether or not his son Hunter's work in Ukraine was a conflict of interest.
“It’s not a conflict of interest. There’s been no indication of any conflict of interest,” Biden said while in Los Angeles for a Service Employees International Union forum.
Joe Biden loses his cool when confronted by a reporter asking whether there was ‘conflict of interest’ regarding his son's Ukraine/China business scandal. pic.twitter.com/kW2U0IwztJ
— Giovanni Cavalcanti (@giovannicavett) October 4, 2019
From there Biden did what he does best - shifted the attention to President Trump.
“I’m not going to respond to that,” Biden said. “Focus on this man. What he’s doing that no president has ever done. No president.”
Biden claims him and his son had not discussed Hunter Biden's business in Ukraine when he was asked about a photo of him and his son playing golf with one of Hunter's former Ukraine business partners.
He transitioned by going back to President Trump.
“This is the guy that's unhinged,” Biden said. “He is unhinged. I worry about what he's going to do -- not about me or my family. I'm worried about what he'll do in the next year in the presidency, as this thing continues to rot on his watch."
"The American people know me, and they know him," he added.
Hunter Biden served on the board of a Ukrainian energy company during the time his father was VP. Many are questioning Biden's role in corruption at the company being swept under the rug by a prosecutor.
There was an impeachment inquiry launched by the Democrats after a phone call between President Trump and the Ukraine President leaked.
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