Trump to appoint special prosecutor to look into 'Biden Crime Family'
Trump calls Joe Biden the most "corrupt president in the history of the United States."
According to former US President Donald Trump on Monday, a special prosecutor would be hired by him in order to investigate the current president and his family.
Others who he claims are entangled in corruption affecting the country will also be investigated by the prosecutor.
Writing with his trademark all caps on social media, Trump announced that he would "APPOINT A REAL SPECIAL ‘PROSECUTOR’ TO GO AFTER THE MOST CORRUPT PRESIDENT IN THE HISTORY OF THE USA, JOE BIDEN, THE ENTIRE BIDEN CRIME FAMILY, & ALL OTHERS INVOLVED WITH THE DESTRUCTION OF OUR ELECTIONS, BORDERS, & COUNTRY ITSELF!"
Earlier this week, Trump confirmed on June 9 that he has been indicted over his handling of classified documents after leaving office, in another legal threat to his bid for a second White House term.
"The corrupt Biden Administration has informed my attorneys that I have been Indicted, seemingly over the Boxes Hoax," Trump wrote on his Truth Social platform, though there was no immediate confirmation from the Justice Department regarding Trump's assertion.
Trump has denied the charges against him and has chastised the US Justice Department for not conducting a thorough investigation into potential criminal behavior by Biden.
Burisma, a Ukrainian oil industry holding firm, allegedly paid then-US Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden a total of $10 million to help halt an investigation into the company by former Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin, according to US Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene.
Earlier this year, bank reports obtained in a subpoena have shown that a new member of Biden's family has been involved in shady business dealings, reportedly receiving a cut of some $3 million wired to Hunter Biden's business associate John R. Walker, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer said on March 15.