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Estonian Minister Resigns Over ‘Corrupt Character ‘ Remarks About Joe Biden

On Monday, Estonian Interior Minister, Mart Helme resigned a day after he called President-Elect Joe Biden and his son Hunter ‘Corrupt Character’ without providing further evidence.

As Helme announced his departure, which sparked criticism from his political colleagues, he said:

“I didn’t say anything that American media hadn’t already reported,’

On Sunday, following the comments on a radio show where Helme and his son, Martin questioned the legitimacy of Tuesday’s election and also called Joe Biden a corrupt character, the Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid called the comments by the Helmes an attack against Estonian democracy and security.

“The words of a politician have weight and today, two ministers of the Republic of Estonia have decided to use the weight of their words to attack our main ally.”

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