Hunter Biden’s tentacles stretched to the Empire State, where he twice met with then-Gov. Paterson, according to emails from Biden’s abandoned laptop.
Paterson attended an intimate “policy dinner” in Manhattan on July 14, 2010, organized by Hunter and his business partners in Rosemont Seneca.
Attendees marked as “confirmed” in email correspondence included former Pennsylvania State Treasurer Rob McCord, who later pleaded guilty to two counts of felony extortion; Bert Lesniewski, director of finance and administration for New York State United Teachers; and hedge fund managers Daniel S. Loeb and Nick Rohatyn.
“Paterson was sitting right next to me,” recalled one guest, who didn’t leave impressed. “Basically it was just Dan Loeb talking about politics and debating everybody at the table.”
Shortly after leaving government in 2010, Paterson attended a second meeting with Hunter Biden, Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners executive Neil Callahan, and Alexandra Stanton, one of Paterson’s former aides, in Midtown, according to messages found on the laptop.
While Paterson was in