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An email appears to confirm suspicions that Hunter Biden was lobbying Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for his political cronies after being pressed to "talk to the big guy."
"[I]f I ask he will do it," Hunter obliged, also acknowledging the unethical nature by noting that he would be “killed” by White House vice presidential staff if he went “around everyone and straight to [Joe Biden]."
According to an exclusive report by The National Pulse, the communication, dated Dec. 14, 2010, was sent from a lobbyist and senior partner at The Mathis Harple Group, which has worked for major pharmaceuticals industry groups, big tobacco corporations, and major petroleum companies including Royal Dutch Shell.
Chuck Harple, the party in question at the firm, emailed Hunter about arranging a meeting with Biden, the vice president at the time under the Obama administration. “The big guy” is an epithet for the Democratic hopeful according to previous emails published by The New York Post and confirmed by Hunter Biden business associate turned-whistleblower Tony Bobulinski.
"I will tell you that the Building Trades are at the end of their rope with this administration. They, General President Mark Ayers and Secretary Treasurer Sean McGarvey were told two years ago that Nate Tamarin was the 'labor guy.' Since then, those that haven [sic] chosen to circumvent Nate after “no action” did hear the wrath of Nate. Those that stood up to him – the Ibew, NEA, IAFF, etc…. Basically told nate to go f off – in a nice way," Harple sent to Hunter.
The message continued, asking the former vice president's son for political access:
“Personally, I was the Teamsters Political Director and under the Bush Presidency – I was able to call rove, Mehlman, Sara Taylor and Andy Card. Granted a lot didn’t get done – but at least we were heard.Whereas now, we have our team in – and Sean has sent an official letter asking for a meeting with Vice President Biden over a year ago, and the reasoning for not getting the meeting is absolutely ridiculous. So what is worse – having our guys in there and no access or having access (like with Bush) with terrible results. Furthermore, the National Building and Construction Trades Secretary Treasurer (who represents nearly 3.5 million members) THINKS that vice president Biden doesn’t want to meet with him and his President Mark Ayers.”
In a reply just over two hours later, Hunter reportedly responded: “I’ll work on it – but is there any issue I should know about before I go around everyone and straight to him – if I ask he will do it – but if I am missing something legit then i will get killed by staff."
The rest of Harple's initial correspondence told Hunter to "not be worried about getting 'yelled' at by the Boss or his staff – they should be sh*tting their pants thinking that – because of miscommunications, the Building Trades think they are being dissed by the Vice President. Personally, the Bldg Trades are too honorable and stuck on protocol. If it were my union – I would have sandwiched the President, VP or their CoS and made sure they knew."
"All that said, what works best – for you and I – is for you to call Sean first. Say you talked to me and that you want to get all the facts before you talk to the big guy. This will be good for both of us. What do you think?” Harple prodded Hunter.
The National Pulse editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam fired at the Democratic ticket just before the publication's article. "Yo @JoeBiden — check your email before the debate. I mean your PRIVATE private account. Which I will personally email the story to," Kassam tweeted.