"It could be a very big situation", the president told Politico on Friday.
"Certainly it would be an appropriate thing to speak to him about, but I have not done that as of yet". I haven't thought of that. "I'm just curious about that".
One of those investigations pertains to allegations that Biden pressured Ukraine to fire its top prosecutor in order to take the heat off the prosecutor's probe into a company that employed his son, Hunter, as a board member.
"Does anyone doubt that this could have catastrophic consequences for democratic and electoral legitimacy?" said Susan Hennessey, executive editor of Lawfare, on Twitter.
Trump and Giuliani have urged scrutiny of Hunter Biden and have raised questions about whether the former vice president helped oust a Ukrainian prosecutor whose office was investigating the oligarch whose company paid his son. "He said some people might think it's improper". Trump added that the missiles were "very standard stuff".
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Not all the team members have publicly shared why they're not attending. "Unfortunately, we are still struggling, still fighting". The team has been trying to downplay any tensions in the clubhouse, and many players have declined to discuss their decisions.
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He has also accused the Chinese government of backing away from earlier promises it made during the past months of negotiating. Concerns have grown that the protracted trade war could further roil global markets and cast a shadow over the world economy.
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If Formula One does indeed move to Rio de Janeiro in 2020, it will end Sao Paulo's hosting duties which stretch back to 1990. Deodoro was used as a venue for some events at the 2016 Olympics, including equestrian, field hockey and modern pentathlon.
The New York Times opined on Thursday that "Mr. Giuliani's plans create the remarkable scene of a lawyer for the president of the United States pressing a foreign government to pursue investigations that Mr. Trump's allies hope could help him in his reelection campaign and it comes after Mr. Trump spent more than half of his term facing questions about whether his 2016 campaign conspired with a foreign power".
Several Democrats took to social media to say they were appalled Giuliani was openly cultivating a relationship with foreign entities to try to discredit a potential 2020 presidential rival, on the heels of investigations by Mueller and Congress into contacts between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign during the 2016 election against Hillary Clinton.
Some on the left have seized on the president's comments, saying they bolster Democrats' case for impeachment. The Trump campaign has appeared eager to promote and encourage the Burisma investigation, as well as other Ukrainian inquiries that could bolster Trump's political interests, highlighting the Trump campaign's concern about the electoral threat posed by the former vice president. If he can do this to any Democrat, he can do this to any Republican in Trump's way.
The official described to Bloomberg details about the country's political dynamic in the run-up to early 2016 when Biden threatened to hold up American funding to Ukraine unless it cracked down on corruption. Harris asked Barr whether the president or any other White House official had ever suggested that he open an investigation into someone.
"I don't know, I will play it by ear".