One of Hunter Biden's business partners frantically told him in an email to ask Burisma to take Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's picture off their website.
The photo depicts Hunter's father posed with Devon Archer, who also once sat on Burisma's board. Rosemont Seneca Partners investment president Eric Schwerin allegedly emailed Hunter on the morning of May 13, 2014, requesting the former vice president's son to "take it down."
Schwerin cited the removal orders of vice presidential counsel "Demetra," presumably Demetra Lambros, alleging that "legally they aren't comfortable with the VP's picture being up on the site as what seems like an endorsement."
"Are either of you in touch with them to ask them to do so?" Schwerin prodded from his company email address. "Or is there someone you want me to call?"
Hunter's business associate went on to note: "Demetra or someone from over there may call directly (but she asked if we could do it and she didn't know who to call.) Let me know if there's something I can do."
According to an archived article by The Washington Post: "The consultant, who requested anonymity, said he urged Hunter Biden through a friend to have Burisma take down the photo, [...] the Biden campaign doesn’t dispute that it may have been taken when Archer visited the White House in April 2014 with his son."
"Biden described the discussions between Burisma and his company, Rosemont Seneca Partners, which he had founded five years before with Christopher Heinz and Archer, both friends from Yale," the report explained.
This comes after another one of Hunter's ex-business affiliate turned-whistleblower Tony Bobulinski appeared as President Donald Trump's special guest at the second and final presidential debate that occurred less than two weeks out from the general election.