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2020 front-runner Joe Biden's Ukrainian corruption scandal, explained

2020 front-runner Joe Biden's Ukrainian corruption scandal, explained

'This is as bad as anything the Clintons have done'

UPDATE: Former Vice President Joe Biden officially launched his 2020 run for the White House on Thursday. He formally announced his bid for the Democratic nomination in a video released on social media.

This week on Glenn Beck's "2020 Candidate Profile" series, Glenn looked beyond former Vice President Joe Biden's troubles with touchiness, and did a deep-dive into the Democratic presidential candidate's alleged dirty dealings in the Ukraine.

After crediting journalists John Solomon and Peter Schweizer for their investigative fact-finding, Glenn launched into a detailed explanation of how Biden steered billions of dollars in aid to the Ukraine, while his son, Hunter Biden, raked in millions through a deal with a Ukrainian energy company.

"This blurs the ethical line so much that you can't even make out the line anymore. What Hunter Biden did may be technically legal, but it is grotesque. And the vice president should never have allowed this on his watch," Glenn said. "This is as bad as anything the Clintons have done."

Watch the FREE full episode below:

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NOTE: This is the first of a two-part look at 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden whose cronyism and corruption didn't end with the Ukraine deal. Learn more about "Middle-Class Joe's" billion-dollar deal with the Chinese government here.

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