In a newly released email, incoming President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden sent “best wishes from the entire Biden family” to the Chinese Communist Party-linked Chinese energy company with whom Hunter Biden intended to launch a firm. After claiming to speak for the whole family — which very much includes Hunter’s father, the former vice president — Hunter Biden asked the chairman to wire $10 million to “properly fund and operate” the company he intended to launch.
That $10 million transfer to the joint venture never came through, much to the chagrin of Tony Bobulinski, the man who was to become CEO of the venture. Bobulinski has since come forward to expose Hunter Biden’s influence peddling and Joe Biden’s alleged involvement in the lucrative business deals that enriched the Biden family, arguably at America’s expense. Bobulinski provided this latest email to Fox News, which reported it on Wednesday.
Hunter Biden sent the email to Zhao Runlong at CEFC Energy, asking the firm’s employees to translate a message for CEFC Chairman Ye Jianming.
“I hope my letter finds you well. I regret missing you on your last visit to the United States,” Biden wrote to Ye in a letter dated June 17, 2017, and sent via email the next day. “Please accept the best wishes from the entire Biden family as well as my partners.”
“We are all hoping to see you here again soon, or in Shanghai,” the former vice president’s son added.
Biden said he and his partners had “concluded the establishment of SinoHawk Holdings,” the joint venture with CEFC, and told Ye he looked “forward” to introducing him to Bobulinski, who would “act as the CEO.”
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