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Donald Trump: this case concerning the son of Joe Biden that he brought out during the debate

Donald Trump is going back to his ways. On Wednesday, September 29, the President of the United States was opposed to Joe Biden during a debate for the presidential elections next November. A first muscular debate for the Democratic and Republican candidates, who clashed on political questions but also … personal.

Indeed, unable to defend himself politically, Donald Trump preferred to attack his opponent by evoking intimate questions. As Joe Biden mentioned his son Beau, who died in 2015 of a brain tumor at the age of 46, the President of the United States cut his opponent off, sending him an “I don’t know Beau, I know Hunter. “and to add bluntly:” Biden’s son, Hunter, was expelled from the army. He was expelled, dishonorably returned for cocaine use, “thus let loose the husband of Melania Trump during the debate.

A confidence assumed in front of the camera

A personal attack difficult to cash for Joe Biden, who however did not dismantle against the outgoing president, choosing to face the camera and confide in the Americans: “My son, like many people we know, has had a drug problem. He got over it. He healed himself. He worked to get there. And I’m proud of him. ”

It was in 2013, while a US Navy reservist, that Hunter Biden tested positive for cocaine and then fired. If he had at the time assured to have consumed it involuntarily, the clarification of his father suggests that this was not the case. However, these demons now seem far behind him. But Donald Trump did not hesitate to invoke them to destabilize his opponent.

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