VIDEO: Liberal ‘View’ hosts nudge Biden to get angrier about Republicans pursuing Hunter, Biden slams Lindsey Graham, Trump

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“The View” co-hosts asked former Vice President Joe Biden about allegations against his son, Hunter, but mostly in the sense that they wanted him to fight back harder than he already has.

“People wanted really to see you get mad when Trump started lying about Hunter – and saying things about Hunter. I don’t know that you got mad enough,” co-host Joy Behar said on Thursday’s show.

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Behar also asked Biden about Burisma, the company at the center of Republican allegations against Hunter and his work in Ukraine.

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Biden slammed Sen. Lindsey Graham, who had declared that an investigation would indeed be launched on Hunter’s dealings in Ukraine. “It is hurtful, particularly when guys like Lindsey Graham, who is a friend of mine, do these things,” Biden said.

Behar asked, “He’s still a friend?”

Biden responded that “… presidents can’t hold grudges, you gotta heal.”

“I don’t know what happened,” Biden lamented about his past friendship with Sen. Lindsey Graham, calling it a “disappointment” that the senator is supporting an investigation into his son, Hunter Biden. “Some things you have to do aren’t worth the job.”

Dr. Jill Biden said the “attacks” against Hunter have “been really hurtful.” “To hear your son attacked… I expected that Joe would be attacked but not your children,” she said.

Biden declared, “I believe I’m going to beat Trump.”

Biden dismissed the “first two rounds” in Iowa and New Hampshire as just “2 percent of the public,” and said he’s doing fine.

“I can hardly wait to get him on a debate stage,” Biden declared of President Trump.

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