'Bad news for Biden'? Students' reactions to Ukraine dealings complicate former VP's 2020 chances
- Campus Reform's Eduardo Neret joined Fox & Friends Tuesday to discuss his latest video on former Vice President Joe Biden and his alleged dealings with Ukraine.
- Students with whom Campus Reform spoke called Biden's son's lucrative Ukraine oil contract while father was vice president "corrupt."
- Neret called these perceptions "bad news" for Biden's presidential campaign in 2020.
After news broke that former Vice President and 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, made $50,000 per month working for a Ukraine oil company, despite having no prior experience in the industry, as some suggested that Biden may have leveraged the power of his office as vice president to secure the lucrative position for his son, Campus Reform asked students at the University of Miami to respond to the controversy, specifically, whether they found they perceived the arrangement as corrupt.
Most students with whom Campus Reform spoke said that yes, they did think such behavior is corrupt, further underscoring the difficulty Biden could have winning over younger, more progressive Democrat voters in the 2020 Democrat presidential primary.