In an Axios interview with Jim VandeHei, Donald Trump Jr. said he’d like to challenge Hunter Biden, the disgraced son of Democratic presidential candidate and former vice president, Joe Biden. In the video, Don Jr. can be seen explaining to an audience in a town hall-style format, about how the double standard in the media. “If Donald Trump mixed up Iowa and Ohio, once,” Trump Jr. said, as the audience laughed. “You know where I’m going with this right, guys?” he asked. Trump Jr. continued, “The media would be on tv, every tele-psychologist would say, ‘Donald Trump has lost his mind. He’s in the later stages of dementia,’ Trump Jr. added, mocking the media’s attempt to protect Joe Biden while using every opportunity to attack his father.
“How much will his son be a part of that—Hunter?”VandeHei asked about Joe Biden’s campaign. Trump Jr. explained the business the Trump family gave up when his father became president, saying, “I think it’s got to be a big part, Don Jr. said. He added, “I was an international businessperson before my father got into politics,” interview posted Sunday. “That’s what we did. I’m not gonna say I haven’t benefited from my father’s last name, just like Hunter Biden did. It would be foolish to say that. But, I haven’t benefited from my father’s taxpayer-funded office.”
“Hunter Biden, his father becomes VP, all of a sudden he goes over to Ukraine and he’s making 83 grand a month,” Don Jr. told the Axios host. “We stopped doing any new international business deals when my father won the presidency,” he added.
“You know what would. be great?” Trump Jr. asked. “I’ll let you host it. You moderate a debate between Hunter Biden and myself,” Don Jr. said, as an enthusiastic audience clapped. “C’mon, I mean it,” Trump Jr. said.
The Axios host tried to accuse Don Jr. of making money off of the presidency. “Let’s talk about who profited off of who’s public service,” Trump Jr. said, adding, “I’d be happy to do it.”