Democratic Nominee Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, allegedly pursued business deals with one of China’s largest energy companies in an attempt to cash in “for me and my family,” according to a second bombshell report published by the New York Post Thursday.
This story follows a shocking report published Wednesday at the Post, revealing emails, documents and photos detailing how Hunter leveraged of his father’s position as vice president for gain with the Ukrainian energy company Burisma. Twitter and Facebook censored Wednesday’s story, preventing it from being linked in posts or direct messages.
The Post reports that emails found on a laptop hard drive that was dropped off at a Delaware repair shop and never picked up demonstrate that Hunter Biden “pursued lucrative deals involving China’s largest private energy company,” the former Shanghai-based conglomerate CEFC China Energy Co. In one email, Hunter described a business deal as “interesting for me and my family.”
One deal, an email noted, included Hunter