New records reveal that Hunter Biden, in a correspondence with CEFC Chairman Ye Jianming, wished the Chinese energy businessman "best wishes from the entire Biden family" while also asking for a $10 million wire transfer to enter a joint venture with his energy company, FOX News reports.
The email correspondence from June 18, 2017, reveals the younger Biden asked an employee of CEFC to "translate my letter to Chairman Ye, please extend my warmest best wishes and that I hope to see the Chairman soon."
"I hope my letter finds you well. I regret missing you on your last visit to the United States," Hunter Biden said. "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."
Biden also told Ye that he was looking forward towards introducing the businessman to his partner, Tony Bobulinski, who recently blew the whistle on Biden's business dealings in China.
Biden said that Bobulinski "sent a request to Dong Gongwen and Director Zang for the finding of the $10 MM USD wire."
"I would appreciate if you will send that quickly so we can properly fund and operate Sinohawk," Biden continued.
"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 wrote. "I look forward to our next meeting."
The emails raise further questions about Hunter Biden's business dealings in China and how much his father, Joe Biden, knew about them. The elder Biden had previously stated that he had no connections to his son's various business dealings.