Democratic nominee Joe Biden dodged any questions relating to revelations about his involvement in his son Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings on Wednesday, as he continued his low-profile presidential campaign in Delaware.
The former veep delivered remarks on the coronavirus pandemic in Wilmington after being briefed by a panel of doctors and in characteristic style, did not take any questions from reporters before he walked off stage.
Biden, 77, and his wife Jill Biden then casted their votes in their hometown before heading to a fundraiser as President Trump and Biden’s running mate Kamala Harris held rallies in the battleground state of Arizona.
The Biden campaign this week fought back claims that they are ignoring key swing states after NBC News anchor Chuck Todd pointed out that the president has campaigned more than Biden in North Carolina, Florida and Arizona.
The candidate, sporting an “I voted” sticker, finally took two questions before he hopped in his black SUV, but the probing had nothing to do with bombshell revelations from Hunter Biden’s ex-business partner Tony Bobulinski, who accused Joe Biden of being in on the family’s plan to make millions in China.
Bobulinski claims that he met the elder Biden in Los Angeles and has alleged he is the “the big guy” named in the May 13, 2017, email first published by The Post outlining the family’s deal with a Chinese state-owned energy company.
On Tuesday, Biden headed to Georgia to try to win back the battleground state where Trump maintains a razor-thin 0.4-point polling lead, according to a RealClearPolitics average of polls.
The former veep will also travel to Florida on Friday where the two candidates are engaged in a neck-and-neck race.
But the septuagenarian challenger’s low-key White House bid has raised eyebrows in recent weeks as he called repeated 9 a.m. lids and stayed in his basement as the president kept crisscrossing across the nation.
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