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Who Is Hunter Biden? Trump Continues Attacks Ahead Of 2020 Election Vs Joe Photo by Megan Varner/ Getty Images

Russian leader Vladimir Putin is being called on by former US President Donald Trump to share any information that he has on US President Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden’s business dealings with oligarchs in Eastern Europe.

Trump recently cited a 2020 Senate report that disclosed that Russian oligarch Yelena Baturina, who was the wife of Moscow's mayor at the time, paid $3.5 million 10 years ago to a company co-founded by Hunter. There were unanswered questions about why the money was provided to the company. The former President said that Baturina gave Hunter "$3.5 million so now I would think Putin would know the answer to that."

"I think he should release it, and I think we should know that answer," he added in an interview with the "Just the News" television show on Real America’s Voice that aired on Tuesday.

According to CNN, it's not clear that any material related to Hunter's business dealings in Russia exists, or if the Kremlin has access to it. While Joe was the Vice President, Hunter was paid handsomely for his consulting work in other nations like China and Ukraine. But there is no evidence to support Trump's claims that the Bidens were involved in corruption or influenced US policy for personal gain.

Hunter's business dealings is being investigated by a grand jury in Delaware. The probe is for money laundering, possible tax violations and foreign lobbying issues. He has acknowledged the investigation, but denied wrongdoing.

In the new interview, Trump said that he also would like to know more about Hunter's relationship with Ukrainian oligarch Nikolai Zlochevsky. The oligarch is the owner of the Burisma Holdings gas company that hired Hunter in 2014 and paid him hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. Back then, the State Department considered Burisma to be a corrupt company.

It made bribes to Ukrainian officials and saw Hunter’s relationship as having created the appearance of a conflict of interest. It was so because then Vice President Joe oversaw US-Ukraine policy.

Meanwhile, on Saturday night Trump made an appearance at his “Save America” rally in Commerce, Georgia, reported Golfweek. Before the rally, the former President seemed to be doing one of his favorite activities which is playing golf, and according to one of his playing partners, he made a hole-in-one.

Tim Swain, a Republican running for Senate in South Carolina, tweeted a photograph of a group of people on the seventh hole.

Ernie Els, a Hall of Fame golfer and four-time major winner, was also part of the group. Swain wrote, “Trump just made a hole-in-one!”

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Former US President Donald Trump waves to the crowd at the end of a rally at the Florence Regional Airport on March 12, 2022 in Florence, South Carolina. Todays visit by Trump is his first rally in South Carolina since his election loss in 2020. Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty Images

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