As notes released by the White House confirmed the whistleblower's story, President Trump also said publicly that foreign governments should look into Biden.
"If they were honest about it, they would start a major investigation into the Bidens," Mr. Trump said first about the government of Ukraine on October 3.
"Likewise, China should start an investigation into the Bidens," the President added before TV cameras at the White House.
In his speech today, Biden also raised red flags about the President's refusal to release his taxes, which has become standard procedure for those in the White House.
"He should be impeached," Biden said flatly.
President Trump was watching, as he shot back at Biden on Twitter.