President Donald Trump has criticized mainstream media for protecting Joe Biden’s family for what they were paid off in Ukraine, and vowed to look into their possible corruption.

“The Biden family was PAID OFF, pure and simple!” President Trump wrote in a tweet on Sunday, Oct. 6. “The fake news must stop making excuses for something that is totally inexcusable.”

The president then pointed to a misled statement by Biden that mainstream media is seen rarely reporting, “Sleepy Joe said he never spoke to the Ukrainian company, and then the picture came out where he was playing golf with the company boss and Hunter.”

President Trump called his rival “1% Joe Biden,” saying “Sleepy Joe won’t get to the starting gate, & based on all of the money he & his family probably ‘extorted,’ Joe should hang it up.”

In a previous tweet on Sunday, President Trump also aimed at bias news, saying “It is INCREDIBLE to watch and read the Fake News and how they pull out all stops to protect Sleepy Joe Biden and his thrown out of the Military son, Hunter, who was handed $50,000 a month (Plus,Plus) from a Ukrainian based company, even though he had no experience in energy, and separately got 1.5 Billion Dollars from China despite no experience and for no apparent reason. There is NO WAY these can be legitimate transactions?”||d91bdc233__

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“As lawyers & others have stated, as President, I have an OBLIGATION to look into possible, or probable, CORRUPTION!” President Trump said, repeating his recent statement that he has a right, even a duty, to root out “corruption” around the world.

President Trump targeted his new attacks on bias news media and Biden after House Democrats launched an impeachment inquiry into him based on a whistleblower complaint about the president’s call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in July. 

And although President Trump authorized the release of the phone transcript to public to prove his conversation was “perfect,” some bias news organizations tried to exaggerate the case by using such words as “push,” “demand,” “request” to describe his conversation with the Ukrainian leader.