Joe Biden jokes about having 'sold a lot of state secrets' amid alleged Ukrainian bribery scandal

"I sold a lot of state secrets and a lot of very important things that we shared."

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
On Friday, President Biden joked that he "sold a lot of state secrets" during a meeting with Prime Minister Modi of the Republic of India, whose comments were made as Biden is actively being accused of taking an illegal bribe from a Ukrainian official. 

President Biden started off the meeting, which included White House senior officials and technology company CEOs, joking to Prime Minister Modi about "sharing" a lot of "very important things."

"Okay.  We — I was just thanking the — anyway, I started off without you, and I sold a lot of state secrets and a lot of very important things that we shared," Biden said to Modi.

The meeting focused on the United States' relationship with India and how the two nations are working together to develop and design new technology, which will include combined-efforts from American astronauts, Indian astronauts, entrepreneurs, scientists, and students.

President Biden announced that the US is "launching a new program between India and America" in which the two countries will innovate new technology that will tackle so-called "climate change."

"It's about exploring the universe.  It's about lifting people out of poverty; curing cancer and other serious diseases; preventing pandemics; and giving our citizens — all our citizens real opportunity," Biden said during the meeting.

"So my message today is really simple: We've got to keep it up, and we have to make sure we aim even higher," Biden added.

The President joked about "selling state secrets." Around the same time, an FBI informant accused him of being involved in a significant Ukrainian bribery scandal, in which Biden is accused of taking a $5 million bribe from Ukrainian oil company Burisma during his time as vice president under Barack Obama. Joe Biden's son, Hunter, sat on the board of Burisma when it was alleged that the President took an illegal bribe. In addition, the FBI informant also accused Hunter of receiving a $5 million bribe, as well.

Sen. Chuck Grassley recently revealed that the "proof" was kept in the form of 17 audio recordings of Zlochevsky's conversations with the Bidens, which he held on to as an "insurance policy."

President Biden has repeatedly denied the claims, and FBI director Christopher Wray continues not to cooperate with the House Oversight Committee's subpoena.
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