Hunter Biden's business buddy was VP Joe Biden's close confidant and counsel

"Can you take a quick look at the attached? I am going to send it to your Dad (via Kathy) tomorrow and wanted to make sure you think this isn't too over the top and that you think your Dad would be comfortable sending it."

Joshua Young North Carolina

A 2014 email from Hunter Biden's laptop from hell sees the president's son admitting that his business partner Eric Schwerin, former president of Rosemont Seneca Partners, was "close confidant and counsel" to then Vice President Joe Biden.

Fox News reports Schwerin wrote on February 18 to Hunter Biden concerning a letter of recommendation Schwerin was writing for himself from the voice of Joe Biden. "Can you take a quick look at the attached? I am going to send it to your Dad (via Kathy) tomorrow and wanted to make sure you think this isn't too over the top and that you think your Dad would be comfortable sending it." 

"I am not good at writing these things," Schwerin added. "Kathy" refers to the vice president’s executive assistant, Kathy Chung.

On February 19, Schwerin again emailed Hunter Biden to ask if he had evaluated the letter and Biden replied, "Haven't looked yet." 

On February 22, Hunter Biden replied and said that the recommendation was "good" but that he should "tone down the 'he (Schwerin) and my son' parts."

Hunter wrote, "I think it's better to just focus on the fact that you have been a close confidant and counsel to him and just say somewhere something like 'as a business partner with my son at Rosemont Seneca.'" Hunter responded.

Later the same day, Schwerin replied, thanked Hunter Biden, and said he "was trying to make sure the reader understood there was a real relationship (and) that it wasn't just a letter he was writing for a friend of a friend or something."

While one email referenced "CFR," which could be the Council on Foreign Relations, Fox Reports, the exchange did not explicitly note the institution the recommendation was for, nor if it was successful.

As The Post Millennial has reported, Schwerin, who has been linked to Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings, visited the White House twenty-seven times during the Obama-Biden era and met with a number of Biden staffers, as well as Biden himself.

Another recent revelation from Hunter's laptop found that Schwerin was tasked with moving 1,850 boxes of documents from then-Vice President Biden's White House office to a University of Delaware office.

The GOP-led House Oversight Committee has launched a probe into potential corruption in the Biden family connected with influence peddling and profiteering, especially with his overseas business dealings. 

In April 2022,  House Committee on Oversight and Reform Republicans asked Schwerin about a Joe Biden tax refund check that he allegedly transferred to his son. In a 2010 email from Schwerin to Hunter Biden, he said, "Your Dad's Delaware tax refund check came today. I am depositing it in his account and writing a check in that amount back to you since he owes it to you.  Don't think I need to run it by him, but if you want to go ahead.  If not, I will deposit tomorrow."

Fox reports that Hunter Biden's ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle, claimed Schwerin "managed almost every aspect" of Hunter Biden's life.


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