Once again, an inconvenient series of leaked emails has revealed that the current President of the United States has been less than forthright about his son’s business dealings with a nation that is currently aiding and abetting the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
On a repeated basis, President Joe Biden has claimed that he has never discussed any of the business dealings that his son, Hunter Biden, engineered while he was Vice President, despite the fact that Hunter procured high-level international meetings in the first place due to his father’s position in the federal government.
Unsurprisingly, an email leaked from 2019 reveals that the current President of the United States agreed to pay for bills totaling at least $800,000 prior to running for president, as reported by the Daily Mail. The $800,000 in bills can be traced back to Hunter’s varied overseas, highly lucrative business ventures.
The January 17, 2019 email included an attachment, a spreadsheet that provided an effective itemization of the overdue $800,000.
Starting with a cheery “Hello VP team” greeting, the email, which was written by Kate Dodge, one of Hunter’s former personal assistants, had been directed to an accountant based in Leesburg, Virginia. In addition, the email was also copied to not only Hunter Biden, but also Richard Ruffner, who served as a personal aide to Joe Biden.
“I spoke with Hunter today regarding his bills,” Dodge remarked, as reported by the Daily Mail, “[and] it is my understanding that Hunt’s dad will cover these bills in the short-term as Hunter [continues to transition] in his career.”
As Hunter “transitioned” in his career, he accumulated at least $130,000 in various legal fees, $28,382 of which were attributed to “BHR Restructuring.” As it turns out, is is highly likely that “BHR Restructuring” is directly linked to Chinese company Bohai Harvest RST, based in Shanghai, China.
Moreover, Hunter has long held a publicly acknowledged 10 percent stake in the Shanghai-based equity firm. Hunter’s position has directly contravened Biden’s declaration that none of his family members would engage in overseas business dealings or “an office in the White House.”
Biden has reportedly, and repeatedly, refused to place sanctions on China for aiding and abetting the Russian invasion of Ukraine.