Jesse Watters Drops Biden Family Bombshell

Joe Biden has long stated that he never discussed business with his son, Hunter. However, evidence contradicts this statement, suggesting they have had some business engagement. This evidence includes Joe Biden’s involvement in various phone calls, dinners, and meetings with business associates linked to his son.

In December 2013, Hunter Biden took a trip on Air Force Two with his father, Joe Biden, to China. During this trip, he met with Jonathan Li, a Chinese financial executive and later, they established a business partnership involving the Bank of China and Hunter Biden’s company, which is known as Rosemont Seneca. After this trip, Joe Biden provided recommendations for Li’s children’s college applications. These recommendations raised questions about the extent of Joe Biden’s involvement in his son’s business ventures.

Jesse Watters of Fox News presented additional information on the matter. He highlighted that Hunter Biden used Air Force Two for travel several times and suggested that some of these trips might have been for business purposes.

Watters also noted instances where Hunter Biden utilized the plane for international trips, such as to Japan, China, Germany, South Korea, and Italy.

Furthermore, Watters revealed emails that hint at how Hunter might have leveraged his father’s position. In one, Hunter mentions the possibility of traveling with his father to Madrid and then to Serbia for a meeting with a potential business associate.

In another email from 2016, Hunter communicates with a Mexican business associate, Miguel Aleman Magnani, about an upcoming trip on Air Force Two and a meeting with the then-Mexican President, Enrique Pena Nieto.

The White House has not released records of the vice-presidential use of Air Force Two during Joe Biden’s tenure. Watters also claimed that Joe Biden used pseudonyms in his communications, possibly to avoid Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.

Questions remain about Joe Biden’s involvement and knowledge of his son’s business dealings, particularly concerning Ukraine and the Burisma company. House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer echoed these concerns.