President Donald Trump went after Joe Biden’s drug-addicted and alcoholic son Hunter Biden during the chaotic presidential debates on Tuesday. The President brought up Hunter’s shady business dealings during one of the debate’s numerous contentious periods. The most recent allegation against the younger Biden was that he received a $3.5 million wire transfer from Russia. “Just out of curiosity, the mayor of Moscow’s wife gave your son $3.5 million. What did he do to deserve it?” Trump asked Biden.

“None of that is true,” the former vice president responded. “Totally discredited. Totally discredited. That is not true.”

“He didn’t get $3.5 million, Joe?” The President continued to press. He also brought up other amounts that Hunter supposedly received for sitting on the board of Burisma Holdings. Biden insisted that his son did nothing wrong while he was part of Burisma. However, Biden’s claim that the accusations against his son have been discredited is not true. In fact, a Senate report that was released on Sept. 22 showed the wire payment has not been disputed.

The report also mentioned that a Chinese businessman who has connections to the Chinese Communist Party also wired millions of dollars to accounts that are linked to the younger Biden. It seems that these foreign entities are approaching Hunter because of his father and they know that it is easy to tempt him because he’s a drug addict and an alcoholic. He would be willing to do anything for the money.

It seems that Biden’s claims that the accusations against his son have been disproven are just the usual Biden lie. The former vice president usually makes some unproven claims and he is never called out for it. The mainstream media usually gives him a free pass. So, he is free to say whatever it is that he wants to. Of course, it’s the opposite thing with President Trump because the mainstream media scrutinizes each and every word that he utters. They even fact-check the statements that are meant to be sarcasm.