Washington: U.S. President Donald Trump’s son said at an event to celebrate the success of his book on grafting claims against Bidens, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said it wasn’t good for India because it could be soft to China.
Donald Trump Jr., 42, leads his 74-year-old father’s reelection campaign. The U.S. presidential election is scheduled for November 3.
Trump Jr. said at an event in Long Island, New York, “you need to understand the threat from China, and no one knows that it is better than Indian Americans.”
In his book “Liberal Privilege” he documented allegations of corruption against 77-year-old Joe Biden’s family, especially his son Hunter Biden.
“Looking at our opponents in this race, I think China gave Hunter Biden USD 1.5 billion. Gentle to China either because he was a great businessman or because he knew he could buy Bidens.”
Trump Jr. was referring to the latest corruption charges against the Biden family, as revealed by the New York Post.
“So (Joe Biden) is not good for India,” he said in a speech at a meeting with Kimberly Gilfoil, who leads the fundraising campaign for the Trump reelection campaign.
According to Trmu Jr, the book reflects the Biden family’s “corrupt practices” as signed copies delivered to event participants.
Joe Biden refuted allegations of corruption against him.
But Trump Jr. said that neither Biden’s family nor his campaign made any statements about the latest allegations and emails posted by the New York Post.
Trump Jr. argued that “not only China, but China, as said with Bidens, was Russian as a Ukrainian and overwhelming because he knew he could buy it.”
The son of the President of the United States said this would not be a good sign for democratic or independent business people. Praising Indian Americans, Trump Jr. said the community was close to his heart and valued. “I understand the community pretty well,” he said.
Indian society is hardworking, family oriented and education oriented, Trump Jr said.
He said Indian-Americans are seeing what Democrats have been pushing and what they have been ignoring over the past six months.
In his remarks, Trump Jr recalled his father Donald Trump’s Ahmedabad speech, who visited India earlier this year.
“When I saw my father’s passion for Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi, I used to think that the Trump rally was pretty big in America, but it was probably the largest Trump rally in India.
Trump Jr. has been tirelessly striving for the great and enormous personal sacrifices to fight on behalf of this country and his father “for all the right things we advocate,” Guilfoyle said in her remarks.
Al Mason, co-chair of the Trump Victory Indian American Finance Committee, said there were no U.S. presidents here who respected and treated Indian Americans like the Prime Minister of India or President Trump.
Mason described Donald Trump Jr as a’rock star’.