President Donald Trump put Hunter Biden on notice after two Democrat-led investigations targeted Trump’s children.
Trump blasted the Jan. 6 Committee’s probes and warned that going after an opponent’s children is “a very bad precedent because it can happen the other way also.”
Democrat President Joe Biden’s son Hunter has been at the center of multiple scandals that have yet to be properly investigated.
Trump and his family are being targeted by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Jan. 6 commission and New York Attorney General Letitia James’s civil investigation.
Trump believes that the two investigations are being used by the Democrats to distract from President Biden’s mounting failures.
“It’s a very unfair situation for my children,” Trump said.
“Very, very unfair. They are using whatever powers they have.
“They couldn’t care less. They are vicious people.
“It’s a disgrace, what’s going on.
“They’re using these things to try and get people’s minds off how incompetently our country is being run.
“And they don’t care.
“They’ll go after children.”
“She campaigned on a whole issue of ‘I’ll get Trump. I’ll get Trump.’ And that’s all it was,” he said of the New York AG.
“It’s a very bad precedent because it can happen the other way also,” Trump warned.
“They’ve done a great job,” he said.
“You know Ivanka very well, and you know the quality of her.
“For them to have to go through all this stuff is a disgrace,” he said.
James said the investigation has uncovered “significant evidence” indicating that the Trump Organization used fraudulent and misleading asset valuations on multiple properties.
Last week, she took legal action to enforce the subpoenas issued to Donald Trump and his children Donald Jr. and Ivanka.
James wrote on Twitter that Trump’s eldest two children had been “closely involved in the transactions in question.”
Donald Trump Jr. is currently an executive vice president of the Trump Organization, and Ivanka Trump has held senior roles, including overseeing developments and acquisitions.
Eric Trump has already sat for depositions with the attorney general’s office, during which he invoked his Fifth Amendment rights more than 500 times, court filings showed.
— The Hill (@thehill) January 23, 2022