George Kent drills a hole through Trump's main talking points.
Democrats have dropped Trump's allegations that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election, as well as its allegations of corruption against Bidens.
In an interview with Kent, Goldman asked the State Department's career officer about Trump's allegations of Ukrainian election interference.
"To your knowledge, is there any factual basis to support the claim that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 elections?" Goldman asked.
"To my knowledge, there is no factual basis, no," Kent said.
"And who actually intervened in the 2016 election?"
"I think it is quite clear that Russian meddling was at the heart of meddling in the 2016 election cycle," Kent replied.
Then Goldman focused on Trump's allegations about Biden. In particular, the president and his allies have accused Biden of releasing Prosecutor General of Ukraine Viktor Shokin in order to stop the investigation of Hunter Biden's advice by Burden.
"As far as you know, is there any factual basis to support these allegations" against Biden, Goldman asked Kent. "
" None, "Kent said.
" When Vice President Biden acted in Ukraine, did he act with official US policy? "Goldman pressed.
" He did, "Kent replied.
This exchange between Kent and Goldman was critical because it punched a hole in Trump's claim that he was justified in looking back at the 2016 election. and ask Ukraine to study the offers.