Trump presses attorney-general to investigate Biden’s son

Trump presses attorney-general to investigate Biden’s son

President Trump heaped pressure on to the US attorney-general to investigate Joe Biden’s son before the election on November 3, as he continued to claim that his Democratic rival’s family were corrupt.

Mr Trump, 74, sought to keep the spotlight on emails purportedly discovered on a laptop owned by Hunter Biden, Mr Biden’s younger son, rather than the surging coronavirus as hospital admissions hit record levels in 14 states.

The president also continued his attack on Anthony Fauci, the senior White House medical adviser considered a world authority on epidemics, calling him a Democrat and “a little bit sometimes not a team player” after branding him a “disaster” and an “idiot” yesterday.