Hunter Biden: ‘Happy’ to introduce business associates to CCP leader

Hunter Biden told associate James Bulger in a 2014 email that he would be “happy” to introduce him to CCP official Tung Chee-hwa to discuss a business venture in Beijing while his father, Joe Biden was vice president.

Bulger was the chairman of Boston-based Thornton Group LLC, a company and business partner of the now-defunct Rosemont Seneca, which co-launched investment firm Bohai Capital to form BHR Partners. Chinese business records from July show Hunter still owns 10% of BHR Partners, Breitbart News reported.

BHR Partners is controlled by the Bank of China. Hunter signed a billion dollar deal with Bohai, a subsidiary of the Chinese government’s Bank of China ten days after Joe and Hunter flew to China in 2013.

“I understand that during the trip to Beijing you took with your father, President Xi hosted a welcome dinner,” Bulger wrote to Hunter, according to emails reported by Fox News, continuing:

[A]At that dinner, you were seated right next to Mr. Tung. Therefore, J and Andy think it would be very helpful if you could send a brief email to Mr. Tung stating that you are a partner and board member of BHR and that you would be grateful to Mr. Tung if he could meet with your local partners to discuss the Fund.

Please let me know if you can introduce these two people to Mr. Tung via email, this is very important for our BHR initiative [sic] at this moment.

Hunter replied that he was “happy” to comply with the request. “Happy to do that,” Hunter replied via email, “but I don’t have an email address for Mr. Tung and he may well have sat next to me but I can’t remember not names of the two gentlemen on my left and on my right. Anyway, I would suggest the team to draft an email in Mandarin and English for my approval as soon as possible.”

It is not known if the introduction ever happened.

Laurence Fox as Hunter Biden makes a business deal (courtesy

Communications between Hunter and Bulger are notable because Hunter’s father, President Joe Biden, was vice president at the time. Both Joe and Hunter had just flown to Beijing in 2013 and reportedly sat at the same table as CCP official Tung Chee-hwa. Ten days after Joe and Hunter flew to China, Hunter finally agreed to a $1.5 billion deal with Bohai, which is linked to the Bank of China.

Emails from Hunter’s laptop reveal overwhelming evidence that Joe Biden has been involved in his family’s business affairs since 2012. Joe Biden and his staff have claimed seven times that he was not involved in the family scheme , but 17 cases show the opposite.

“I never spoke to my son about his affairs abroad. Here’s what I know — I know Trump deserves an investigation,” Joe Biden said in 2020. “It’s a smear campaign,” he said another time in October 2020. “My son doesn’t made no money from China,” he reiterated. a few days later.

Polls indicate that a majority of the public disagrees with Joe Biden’s claims. A poll in September found that 62% of registered voters think Joe Biden likely consulted and possibly profited from the Biden family’s business deals.

April polls suggest 58% of voters believed Joe Biden had played a role in his family’s affairs. Sixty percent said Hunter Biden sold “influence and access” to the president. Sixty-three percent of likely voters said the Hunter Biden laptop story is still important nearly two years after the New York Post broke the initial report, a Rasmussen poll found.

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Follow Wendell Husebo on Twitter @WendellHusebo. He is the author of Politics of Slave Morality.


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