The president allegedly directly intervened to Brown University President Christina Paxson
Ukrainian natural gas advisor and motel artist Hunter Biden had another endeavor that no one knew about until now – college admissions consultant to wealthy Chinese business associates.
Fox News reported that President Joe Biden, previously referred to as “the big guy” in emails about Hunter’s business dealings, wrote a letter directly to Brown University’s president to ask for admittance for an associate of his son.
“Fox News Digital obtained emails between Hunter Biden and his business associates involved in his firm Rosemont Seneca’s joint venture with Chinese investment firms Bohai Capital and BHR,” the news site reported. The New York Post reported that the president also wrote a recommendation letter to Georgetown University for Li’s daughter, though neither letter netted an admission.
It did not have a copy of the recommendation letter, but published copies of the emails it obtained.
“Gentlmen[sic], please find the attached resume of my son, Chris Li. He is applying the following colleges for this year,” BHR CEO Jonathan Li wrote in an email to Devon Archer, Jim Bulger and Hunter Biden. Archer is a business partner and friend to Hunter Biden and Chris Heinz, the stepson of John Kerry.
“The original is being FedExed to Dr. Paxson directly at Brown,” Rosemont Seneca president Eric Schwerin told Li, Hunter, Bulger and Archer.
President Biden has previously denied having any involvement with his son’s business dealings. Pretending or actually being oblivious to what his son does is a pattern for the president – he has also implicitly denied the existence of Hunter’s daughter with an Arkansas stripper.
Peter Doocy grills Psaki over whether it was common for Biden to do favors for Hunter Biden’s business partners, and what he might have gotten in return. pic.twitter.com/ht6Nl7K4MN
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) April 6, 2022
Brown University refused to answer questions when asked by Fox News, citing privacy concerns.
George Washington University’s Jonathan Turley said the latest revelation reinforces the need for a special counsel to investigate Biden family business dealings.
“Once again, it is baffling how Attorney General [Merrick] Garland can ignore the myriad of references to Joe Biden in refusing to appoint a special counsel,” Professor Turley wrote on his website.
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