US President
Donald Trump on Wednesday lambasted Twitter and the “Lamestream Media” for not allowing mention of “the Biden
corruption story,” where a former associate of Joe Biden’s son Hunter claimed the
Democratic presidential candidate knew about his son’s controversial foreign dealings.

In a series of tweets, Trump said, “It’s amazing. Twitter refuses to allow the any mention of
the Biden corruption story which was carried so well on @TuckerCarlson last
night. It’s the biggest story and Big Tech, together with the Lamestream Media,
isn’t allowing a word to be said about it.”

Trump was referring
to claims made by Toni Bobulinski, a Navy veteran and the former head of SinoHawk
Holdings – which he said was a partnership between China’s energy conglomerate
CEFC and two members of the Biden family – on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight show
that Joe Biden’s denial of knowledge or involvement in his son’s dealings are a
“blatant lie”, according to FOX News.

The network
cited text messages to claim that Biden held meetings with Bobulinski on May 2, 2017, with the
latter claiming that Hunter and Jim Biden, the former vice-president’s brother,
pushed for the meetings.

“They were
sort of wining and dining me and presenting the strength of the Biden family to
get me engaged,” he said.

The Biden
camp has so far not commented on the alleged meetings. In 2019, the 77-year-old
claimed he had “never discussed” with his son or his brother “anything having
to do with their businesses”.

Bobulinski says he met with Joe Biden about China. The media have suppressed
the story, but it’s real and it matters. Voters have a right to know the
details,” Carlson tweeted on Tuesday.

Bobulinski also claimed that the Biden family were unfazed by concerns that the business deals might put Joe Biden’s future presidential run at jeopardy. 

“Plausible Deniability,’ he (Jim Biden) said it directly to me in a cabana at the Peninsula Hotel,” he claimed. 

The claims come days ahead of the crucial November 3 election with Trump trailing behind his Democratic opponent in national polls.