Following Impeachment, Trump Is Ramping Up Investigations Into The Bidens

Darren.Woon

President Trump will continue to push for a probe into his political rivals following his acquittal in the Senate trial.

President Trump’s allies aren’t letting the Ukraine impeachment scandal go and his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani is planning on “ramping up” his investigations into Joe and Hunter Biden, according to The Daily Beast.

Giuliani openly collaborated with the ardently pro-Trump cable outlet One American News Network in order to uncover dirt on, or provoke a Ukrainian investigation into the then-frontrunner for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

OAN recently launched a series with Giuliani to exonerate Trump while implicating the Bidens in misconduct and “corruption,” although some accusations are entirely baseless and conspiracy-theory minded. 

OAN President Charles Herring said the first salva, post-acquittal, will be another “hour-long special, part four of our series, featuring personal attorney to the president, Rudy Giuliani.” He added that OAN was “finishing up post-production today [Wednesday], and it will be airing this weekend … There are several [Ukrainian] individuals, Viktor Shoke, who will be featured. Andriy Derkach will be featured … And a member of the Ukrainian parliament, Oleksandr Dubinsky, is also featured.”

“We’re considering another international trip, we’re working on the plans right now, which would lead us to part five of our series,” OAN’s president continued. “There’s a number of unanswered questions … regarding Ukraine and the Bidens, among other topics. We’re going to continue to dig.”

Trump, during his speech at the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, suggested that he would be seeking revenge, claiming that “so many people have been hurt, and we can’t let that go.”

White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham said that Trump would potentially push for probes into his political enemies.

“I think he’s also going to talk about just how horribly he was treat and, you know, that maybe people should pay for that,” she said, adding that Trump believe that “people should be held accountable.”

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