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Joe Biden’s Campaign Attacks The Washington Post

Joe Biden's Campaign Attacks The Washington Post

Hunter Biden’s highly suspicious, profitable overseas deals entangle ‘the big guy’ in GOP inquiry.

Joe Biden has been under fire from President Trump and his GOP detractors, who’ve tried to paint him as the big bad guy of the Democratic Party — an out-of-touch Democrat who was just bumbling about Washington, and who has done shady deals and favors for foreign leaders.

They argue that it’s not like the other Democrats who got rich off the American taxpayer, and it’s not like they did anything nefarious.

This is an odd attack by a campaign of conservatives who’ve made a career of tearing down Joe Biden and his dealings with foreign countries. So far they’re on point.

But while there’s an effort to paint Biden as shady and unscrupulous, the evidence suggests a different story: Joe Biden doesn’t want to be president of the United States, and he does it all out of convenience.

The Biden campaign tells The Washington Post that there’s no reason to believe Joe Biden would make unwise business decisions that could jeopardize the public interest and national security.

The point of a Biden presidency is to clean up the corruption. He can take the country to the right direction by taking control of the process and ensuring that everything is up to par with what Americans believe is in the best interest of the country.

“He didn’t want to be president that was obvious,” Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., one of the Senate’s best fundraisers, told The Post. “He wanted to be vice president and maybe president with a different ideology. He’s not going to be president to make policy, he’s going to be president to clean up the process.”

The latest salvo came this week when The Post’s Jonathan Capehart reported that in 2008, a donor helped Biden organize a trip to Indonesia, where he met with officials in President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s government about the country’s lucrative deal with a Canadian company that made palm oil products

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