REVEALED: Joe Biden attended dinners with Hunter Biden and his business partners

Records obtained from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop show that then Vice President Joe Biden attended a dinner arranged by his son and met with known business associates of Hunter's.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

Records obtained from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop show that then Vice President Joe Biden attended a dinner arranged by his son and met with known business associates of Hunter's, the New York Post reports.

The business dinner was held on April 16, 2015 in the "Garden Room" of Cafe Milano in Washington DC, and calls into question what degree Biden knew about his son's foreign business and government official dealings.

The guest list included Russian billionaire Yelena Baturina and her husband, corrupt former Moscow mayor Yury Luzhkov, Devon Archer, who co-founded the Delaware-based investment firm Rosemont Seneca Thornton LLC with Hunter, as well three officials from Kazakhstan, amongst others.

Hunter has reportedly told guests beforehand that his father would be in attendance, writing in one email that he would use his role on the board of World Food Program USA "as a cover story for the evening’s true purpose of introducing his father to his business associates," the New York Post writes.

"Ok – the reason for the dinner is ostensibly to discuss food security,” Hunter writes to Michael Karloutsos, son of the then-head of the Greek Orthodox Church, on March 26. "Dad will be there but keep that between us for now. Thanks."

"Everything is between us. All good?! … I know you mentioned your dad would probably join the dinner as well," replies Karloutsos.

An email from Hunter to Archer was sent three weeks before the dinner, outlining the guest list wich included a Mexican ambassador as well as representatives of the World Food Program USA.

"3 seats for our KZ [Kazakhstan] friends. 2 seats for Yelana and husband. 2 [seats for] you and me. 3 seats for WFPUSA people. Vadym. 3 Ambassadors (MX, ?, ?) Total 14," wrote Hunter.

Archer had replied to the email stating that Baturina wouldn't be attending, but her husband would still come.

"Yelena doesn’t want to steal Yuri’s Thunder, so she’ll be in town to meet with us but doesn’t want to come to dinner," wrote Archer on March 20. "That was just her thoughts. We could insist."

"Obviously save a seat for your guy (and mine if he’s in town.)," Archer continued, to which hunter replied"I think your guy being there is more trouble than it’s worth- unless you have some other idea," replied Hunter.

The day after the meeting, Hunter received an email from a Burisma executive by the name of Vadym Pozharskyi expressing his gratitude for introducing him to Joe Biden. Hunter at the time was being paid $83,333 a month to sit on the board of Burisma.

"Dear Hunter, thank you for inviting me to DC and giving an opportunity to meet your father and spent some time together," wrote Pozharskyi on April 17, 2015. "It’s realty an honor and pleasure."

Founder of WFP USA Rick Leach sent Hunter an email a t 11:15 pm the night of the dinner stating "What a fantastic and productive evening – thank you!"

"Deer Hunter, Thank you for an amazing evening, wonderful company and great conversation. I look forward to seeing you soon and to many opportunities to work closely together," wrote Kazakhstan banker Marc Holtzman.

On the morning of the dinner, Archer was reportedly invited to a "small private breakfast" with Kazakhstan’s Prime Minister Karim Massimov in his suite at the Willard Hotel. "There are several matters the Prime Minister is eager to discuss with you and he will be grateful for the opportunity to spend quality time together."

Hunter would go on to describe Massimov as a "close friend" in an email the following year.  Hunter had close business  with oligarch Kenes Rakishev, an associate of Massimov.

Emails were obtained from a laptop that Hunter Biden had allegedly brought to a Delaware MacBook repair shop back in April 2019, and was forgotten about. When asked whether the laptop could've been his during an interview promoting his new book, Hunter responded that it could've "certainly" belonged to him, but "I really don't know."


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