Hunter Biden 'asked China business chairman for $10M and sent best wishes from "entire Biden family"', email shows
HUNTER Biden allegedly asked a China business chairman for $10million and sent best wishes from the "entire Biden family", an email has shown.
A bombshell email, that was allegedly written by Hunter on June 18 2017, to Zhao Runlong at Chinese energy company CEFC, that was obtained by Fox News, asked that they "translate my letter to Chairman Ye."
It went on to ask "please extend my warmest best wishes and that I hope to see the Chairman soon."
In the letter attachment, dated June 17, Hunter reportedly wrote: "I hope my letter finds you well. I regret missing you on your last visit to the United States.
"Please accept the best wishes from the entire Biden family as well as my partners."
He added: "We are all hoping to see you here again soon, or in Shanghai."
Hunter then reportedly updated Chairman Ye that they have "concluded the establishment of SinoHawk Holdings," which is the reported joint venture between himself and CEFC.
He added that he looked "forward" to introducing him to his business partner Tony Bobulinski, who he said would "act as the CEO," Fox reported.
"He is a very close friend of James Gilliar and the Biden family and joined our team to focus on the execution of things as a partner," Hunter allegedly wrote.
"He has invested capital all over the world for some of the world’s wealthiest families."
Hunter then allegedly explained that Bobulinski had "sent a request to Dong Gongwen and Director Zang for the funding of $10 MM USD wire."
"I would appreciate if you will send that quickly so we can properly fund and operate Sinohawk," Hunter wrote.
"I am sure you have been well briefed by our dear friend Director Zang on the political and economic connections we have established in countries where you are interested in expanding during the coming months and years," he continued. "I look forward to our next meeting."
The outlet also obtained the alleged response from Ye, which was dated July 10 2017.
In the email, Ye reportedly told Hunter that he has "arranged Director Zang and Gongwen Dong to expedite the charter capital input to SinoHawk."
"I look forward to meeting you in the near future and discussing our joint undertaking. If there is anything I could do please do not hesitate to write to me," Ye wrote. "Please accept my best regards to you and your family."
The Sun has approached the Biden campaign for comment.
The bombshell emails were unearthed just weeks after Hunter revealed that his "tax affairs" were being investigated.
Feds in Delaware and Washington DC were looking into money laundering claims and Hunter's foreign dealings, a source told Politico.
And the New York Post reports that the probe involves a laptop allegedly owned by Hunter which appears to contain documents detailing his dealings in China and Ukraine.
The FBI is also looking into transactions with foreigners who may have posed counterintelligence concerns, CNN reports.
This comes a year after federal agents seized a laptop from a Delaware computer repair shop whose owner claims it was left there by Hunter.
However, when quizzed by reporters on Wednesday, Joe said that he believes his son has done nothing wrong.
"I'm confident," Joe responded in Wilmington, Delaware, at the end of an event welcoming Pete Buttigieg to the administration.
At the time the probe was announced, the Biden-Harris transition team said that Joe was "deeply proud of his son."
It added that Hunter had "fought through difficult challenges, including the vicious personal attacks of recent months, only to emerge stronger."
The last part of this statement would appear to be a reference to the "Ukraine, crack, and sex" allegations previously published by the New York Post and reports about his business dealings in China.
Joe Biden denies any involvement in his son's business dealings.
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