Hunter Biden executed unscrupulous deals in Mexico, Zimbabwe, Ukraine: report

Hunter Biden reportedly used his name and his connections to execute dozens of unscrupulous deals on five continents.

Brendan Boucher Ottawa ON

Hunter Biden has used his name and his connections to execute dozens of unscrupulous deals on five continents.

The Daily Wire has released an extensive list of Hunter Biden's backwater and sometimes suspect deals worldwide where Biden frequently flaunted his family name and supposed connections to power to enrich himself. In Mexico, Ukraine, Zimbabwe and elsewhere, Hunter Biden engaged in dozens of deals in oil, railroads, mining and more while the entire time being gripped by crack addiction.

In the emails, Hunter Biden and associates seem to enjoy free access to Obama administration officials, including ambassadors and State Department Officials. "Mr. Ambassador – Hope you had a nice time on the boat.  I just wanted to confirm our meeting tomorrow," Hunter wrote to the United Arab Emirates ambassador in 2012. The meeting was set to include oil executives Hunter Biden had business with.

Hunter was engaged as a "middle man" in an oil deal with Carlos Slim, Mexico's richest man. Photos show Hunter and Aleman Magnani, billionaire and former Mexican governor, at the White House in 2014. Biden wrote in an email to Magnani’s son, saying, "I haven’t heard from you since I got you a mtg for Carlos and your Dad. We have been talking about business deals and partnerships for seven years. And I really appreciate you letting me stay at your resort villa…but I have brought every single person you have ever asked me to bring to the F’ing White House  and the Vice President’s house and the inauguration, and then you go completely silent."

In Romanian, Biden permitted the use of his name by an American ex-con and a Romanian businessman to help execute a deal to buy a railroad. "I met with Yiorgos Nikitiades, the ex-Minister of Tourism…  Yiorgos’s view is that a call from the Ambassador in Athens will go a long way in getting us this deal. Give this some thought," wrote one of them in an email to Biden. They also asked Biden, "Hunter, The Romanians are rightfully asking that you do not object to having your name appear in the letter (I sent to you yesterday) that informally discusses the consortium." Biden responded, "I have no objection, and I am in fact comfortable with you using my name in connection with this project."

There are many examples of business associates saying the quiet part out loud and directly stating that Biden was a connection to Vice President Biden and Washington. Sean Conlon, an Irish-American businessman, wrote Hunter in regards to a $10 billion deal, "We need to get these guys to an event or something where they get to just formally meet your Dad . For follow on they can talk to Chief of Staff . Let me know how soon we can do that." Hunter responded to this, "WTF is he talking about. Mtg with JRB chief of staff????"The Daily Wire details business dealings in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, the West Indies, Oman, Ivory Coast, Qatar, Columbia, and the Balkans. All of these emails were found on the laptop Hunter Biden never picked up from the computer repair shop in Deleware. Neither of the Biden's has commented on this compilation of dealings recently released.

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