After his personal business meetings with clients and foreign government officials, the NY Post claims that Hunter Biden would often meet with his father, then-Vice Pres. Joe Biden.
After Hunter Biden’s personal calendar was examined from the notorious “laptop from hell,” the meetings were exposed.
Hunter Biden had over 30 meetings with his father, Joe Biden, at the White House or at the vice president’s homes at the Naval Observatory from 2008 to 2016, according to the calendar. Days – even within an hour – after Hunter Biden would get back home from foreign business trips or a meeting with a client in Washington D.C.
Hunter Biden’s business partner, Eric Schwerin, was named as an invitation recipient on 21 out of the 30 meetings with then-vice president Joe Biden, according to The Washington Post.
According to White House visitor logs, Schwerin was the president of Hunter Biden’s Rosemont Seneca Partners the now-defunct investment fund, and he supposedly had access to personal financial information of Joe Biden. He was recently recognized in White House visitor records as having been welcomed nineteen times before the meetings, including once with then-Vice Pres. Joe Biden in Nov. 2010.
As the Post reported:
“On April 15, 2016, Hunter met with Daniel Kablan Duncan, which was the Prime Minister of the Côte d’Ivoire, in Washington D.C., according to his calendar. A 9 a.m. meeting with Vice President Joe Biden took place at the Naval Observatory shortly after.”
“Hunter Biden was given wine and dined by multimillionaire oligarchs in Moscow from February 15 to 18, 2012. The one that is now wanted for murder was among them. Hunter Biden met with Vice President Biden once more at the Naval Observatory four days after his return.”
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