"Big guy": how Joe Biden helped his son Hunter's business

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"Big guy": how Joe Biden helped his son Hunter's business
"Big guy": how Joe Biden helped his son Hunter's business
7 April, 15:56In the worldPhoto: Соцсети
To give extra weight to his son's business meetings, the future US president personally participated in them, although he did not sign any documents.

As Novye Izvestia has already reported, a corruption scandal continues to unfold in America around the son of the US president, Hunter Biden. New facts of Biden Sr.'s participation in the machinations of his son are also revealed: Hunter received multimillion-dollar "donations" from foreign businessmen, who then received various "services" in the United States.

Americanist Malek Dudakov introduces his readers to the details: “For example, Joe Biden wrote letters of recommendation to the children of such businessmen (at that time he had not yet been elected to his post, editor's note). These letters are needed for admission to American colleges. And the presence of such a letter from a former US vice president can guarantee admission to any, even the most elite, American university.

Biden Sr. in Hunter's letters was called the "big guy", who was entitled to 10% of each transaction. However, now we learn that Hunter's accounts were in principle used as "pads" through which the entire Biden family was financed. And Joe Biden did force Hunter to give him half of his earnings - under the pretext that it was he who helped him build the necessary contacts.

Joe Biden was personally present at the conclusion of his son's deals - whether with Chinese businessmen or Kazakh and Ukrainian oligarchs. He himself did not sign any documents - but he added "political weight" to meetings and helped his son close deals, from which he received a solid gesheft.

Congress has long been pushing the Justice Department to appoint a special counsel to investigate Hunter's scandals. However, Attorney General Merrick Garland - the appointee of Obama and Biden - does not agree to any of this. Immediately after the election, Biden appointed the ex-partner of his son's lawyer as head of the criminal investigation department of the Ministry of Justice - so everything was agreed in advance at the top of the law enforcement system.

But this does not mean that Hunter will avoid problems with the law. He has been under investigation for corruption since Trump. Now, judging by the hasty publications in the liberal press, he faces official charges. And then there are 80,000 new photos and 120,000 messages of Hunter - soon to be released to the press - while he himself hides in Malibu under the tutelage of the Secret Service. One thing is clear: the corruption scandal of the US presidential family continues to flare up.

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