Trump and Biden quarreled in debate over Crimea and Russian money

On Thursday, October 22, the final debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden took place before the presidential elections. The rivals quarreled over the Crimean Peninsula and Russian money.

The American leader reproached his opponent for not interfering with the annexation of Crimea to Russia as vice president in 2014. The previous administration sold pillows to Ukraine, while the current one supplied the country with weapons.

Donald Trump recalled that he introduced sanctions against Russia and strengthened NATO. He stated that he was forced to become president because Barack Obama and his subordinates did not work well. Joe Biden has shown that he does not agree with the statements of his opponent, Interfax reports.

Also, the head of the United States accused the ex-vice president of receiving $ 3.5 million from Russia. Biden allegedly was on good terms with the former mayor of Moscow and his wife. The candidate for the post of American leader denied this information and asked Trump to provide data on his income.

Note that Crimea became part of Russia after the referendum. Most of the inhabitants of the peninsula supported the idea of ​​separating from Ukraine and joining the neighboring state. Voting took place in accordance with international norms and rules.

The election of the President of the United States will be held on November 3, 2020. Donald Trump and Joe Biden are fighting for the post of head of state. Early voting has begun in a number of states. According to BBC polls, the former vice president is in the lead so far.