Joe Biden claimed that he never benefited financially from Hunter Biden’s shady business dealing but a new leaked email from Hunter Biden’s laptop tells a completely different story.
According to emails from Hunter’s laptop, Hunter paid Joe’s $190 AT&T phone bill every month and paid thousands of dollars worth of repairs to Joe’s lakeside house in Wilmington, Delaware too.
Around the same time his dad was Vice President, Hunter was receiving $83,333 a month from an Ukrainian gas company called Burisma holdings.
At one point Hunter’s executive at Bursima holdings was facing possible charges from Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin.
Shokin was eventually ousted as the Prosecutor General due to the fact Joe Biden told the Ukrainian government if they didn’t release Shokin from his duties as the General Prosecutor then the U.S. would withhold $1 billion dollars worth of aide.
These emails prove even more that Joe Biden was the “big guy” that needed 10% because according to Hunter’s email’s Joe Biden benefited a lot from Hunter’s shady deals in the Ukraine.
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The Daily Mail covered the leaked emails and shared these details:
Hunter Biden complained that ‘half’ of his salary went to paying his father’s bills while he was Vice President, casting doubt on the Joe’s previous claims that he’s never benefited from his son’s business dealings.
The bills included a $190-a-month AT&T phone bill and thousands in repairs on Joe’s lakeside home in Wilmington.
The payments were described in a 2010 email, when Joe Biden was earning $225,000-a-year as Vice President. He had already made well over $100,000-a-year for decades prior as a senator and author.
Hunter, according to emails, had to foot a $190-a-month AT&T phone bill for his father, and pay for repairs to his lakeside property in Wilmington, Delaware. At the time, Hunter was working as the interim CEO of Paradigm Global Advisors and he’d also founded the investment firm Rosemont Seneca Partners.
He joined Ukrainian gas company Burisma Holdings on its board in 2014.
Joe has always insisted that he neither set up nor benefited from Hunter’s international business relationships while he was Vice President.
But in emails between Hunter and Eric Schwerin, his business partner at Rosemont Seneca, in 2010, they discussed how much they needed to spend paying Joe’s bills.
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The New York Post had some extra details concerning the leaked email from hunter’s laptop:
“I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family for 30 years,” Hunter wrote in a 2019 text message to his daughter, Naomi, that was found on his abandoned laptop.
“It’s really hard. But don’t worry, unlike Pop [Joe], I won’t make you give me half your salary.”
There’s no direct evidence of such a wealth transfer on Hunter’s laptop.
But what we do know is that, while Joe was vice president, Hunter routinely paid at least some of his father’s household expenses, including AT&T bills of around $190 a month.
We know from an e-mail on June 5, 2010, with the subject “JRB bills” to Hunter from Eric Schwerin, his business partner at Rosemont Seneca, that he was expected to foot hefty bills to Wilmington contractors for maintenance and upkeep of his father’s palatial lakefront property. Joe’s initials are JRB, for Joseph Robinette Biden.
The bills that June included $2,600 to contractor Earle Downing for a “stone retaining wall” at Joe’s Wilmington estate, $1,475 to painter Ronald Peacock to paint the “back wall and columns” of the house, and $1,239 to builder Mike Christopher for repairs to the air conditioning at the cottage of Joe’s late mother, Jean “Mom-Mom” Biden, which was on his property and which he would later rent to the Secret Service for $2,200 a month.
President Trump even shared what the Daily Mail reported about Hunter paying for his father’s bills:
There’s nothing wrong with taking care of your parents financially but when your doing so with illegal funds then that can be a problem, especially if your father was the Vice President of the United States at the time.