Biden helped son of Chinese businessman – media — Analysis

President Biden still claims he knew nothing of his son Hunter’s business deals, despite evidence on laptop

Fox News reports that President Joe Biden sent a recommendation to Jonathan Li’s son for Brown University. Biden’s son Hunter had a stake in a venture with Li as recently as last year, and although evidence from Hunter Biden’s laptop shows the Biden family involved in numerous overseas business dealings, the White House still insists the president never spoke with Hunter about these schemes.

Fox has claimed in a number of emails “originated from a laptop said to belong to Hunter Biden,”Hunter hears Li, along with his business associates Devon Archer, and Jim Bulger, tell that Chris applied to many universities in the US, including Brown. After sending on his son’s resumé, another of Biden Jr’s business partners, Eric Schwerin, replies:

“Jonathan, Hunter asked me to send you a copy of the recommendation letter that he asked his father to write on behalf of Christopher for Brown University.”Schwerin explained to Li that FedEx sent the letter direct to the Ivy League school.

Fox couldn’t obtain a letter from Brown, nor could the White House. The status of Chris Li’s acceptance to the university and attendance at classes is not clear.

This email exchange was completed between January 2016 and February 2017.

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Li worked for Chinese investment firm BHR, which was involved in a joint venture with Hunter Biden’s investment firm Rosemont Seneca. Rosemont Seneca’s co-founder was Devon Archer. Bulger, Schwerin and other employees also worked at the company.

The story is the latest incriminating tale to originate from Hunter Biden’s laptop, allegedly left behind in a Delaware computer repair shop by the president’s son at some point before October 2020. New York Post reported that the laptop contained a lot of influence-peddling in China and Ukraine. This was first published by the Post prior to the 2020 US presidential elections. “based on introductions alone,”These and other kickbacks “the big guy,” – an apparent reference to Joe Biden, who was vice president of the US at the time.

Biden’s campaign, along with liberal reporters in the US, initially wrote off the laptop’s contents as part of a “disinformation”Campaign, possibly involving Russia. However, the computer’s authenticity has subsequently been independently verified, and the New York Times and Washington Post now admit that the younger Biden’s emails are genuine.

Joe Biden repeatedly stated that he didn’t speak to his son regarding his foreign deals. Jen Psaki (White House Press Secretary) was asked Tuesday if the president stood firm on this statement. “yes.”Andrew Bates (White House deputy press Secretary) answered Fox News Digital when asked about emails’ contents. “We do not comment on the laptop.” 

As well as detailing alleged schemes for the Biden family’s enrichment, emails on Hunter’s laptop also reportedly show that Rosemont Seneca arranged financing for a Pentagon contractor to study hazardous biological agents in Ukraine. These emails back up Russia’s claims that the US was developing biological weapons on Ukrainian territory, claims written off as “Russian disinformation”Washington

Moscow demands that Washington clarify the relationship between Biden’s actions and those of the Ukrainian biolabs. The Pentagon admits to having operated the labs for peaceful purposes, but Moscow is not happy about it.

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