Donald Trump Jr. has extended an invitation to Hunter Biden to debate on who has benefited more financially from their fathers’ government service.
President Donald Trump’s eldest son gave the idea in an interview for “Axios on HBO” that aired on Sunday night, March 8, in a bid to prove Hunter has benefited from his more—former Vice President Joe Biden—more than him.
“You know what will be great, I’ll let you host it. You moderate a debate between Hunter Biden and myself,” Trump Jr. told Axios co-founder Jim Vandehei.
“We can go full transparency, we show everything, and we can talk about all of the places where I am supposedly grifting but Hunter Biden isn’t,” Trump Jr. continued.
“Hunter Biden, his father becomes VP. All of a sudden he goes over to Ukraine and he’s making 83 grand a month,” Trump Jr. said, referring to Republicans frequently scrutiny over Hunter’s lucrative position on the board of Ukrainian gas company Burisma while his father was vice president.
Trump Jr., who runs the Trump Organization with his brother Eric, said in the interview that he has not profited from his father’s presidential position.
Asked if he would release his tax returns, the president’s son replied, “If we do it both, 100%.”
“Let’s talk about who profited off of whose public service. Happy to do it. Let’s make it happen,” Trump Jr. said.