A reporter was cut off when he mentioned Hunter Biden’s corrupt overseas business deals during an interview with Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden who then blamed President Donald Trump for the “flat lie” and opted to shift to talking about other topics.

“Questions and controversy continue today about Hunter Biden, your son -,” the reporter was asking Biden in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, Oct. 24, but the former vice president interrupted him.

“There is no controversy about my son,” Biden insisted.

“It’s a flat lie because the president has nothing else to run on,” he added.

“If you noticed, while the American people are talking about what’s happening to their families, he has no plan and at the debate, he had no plan,” Biden said.

“Everything from Wall Street Journal, other major news outlets said what he is saying is simply not true about my son, but it’s classic Trump, classic Trump,” he continued.

Biden then moved to talk about the CCP Virus (coronavirus) pandemic, blaming President Trump for 200,000 virus deaths and the collapse of factories in the pandemic-induced recession.

“He has nothing to say, think about it. What is the plan for next four years, except more the same?” Biden said of President Trump, referring to their final presidential debate on Thursday, Oct. 22.

During the debate, President Trump touted his achievements over the past few years to compare them to the 47-year political history of Biden who has few to show and opted to slam the Trump administration’s policies. 

The president also seized on recent bombshell reports by the New York Post that detailed allegedly corrupt deals by Biden’s son to blame his Democratic rival for being compromised by foreign entanglements. 

According to Trending Politics, Biden’s interview came after ex-Hunter Biden business partner Anthony Bobulinski came forward with bombshell information against the Biden family.

As reported by The Wall Street Journal, Bobulinski said in a news conference on Thursday that Joe Biden was part of discussions around his son’s efforts to form a venture with a Chinese oil company CEFC China Energy Co. to invest in the United States and elsewhere, and Bobulinski was also a partner. The Biden campaign, however, denied he had any involvement in the venture or stood to gain by it.