Despite the newly reported evidence from visitor log files that Joe Biden met with one of Hunter Biden’s key business partners in the White House, Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday that the president stands by his statement that he has never discussed his son’s business dealings with him or with his son’s partners.
The question was posed to Psaki by Fox News reporter Jacqui Heinrich during the daily briefing after the New York Post reported Hunter Biden’s closest business partner, Eric Schwerin, made at least 19 visits to the White House, including a sitdown with then-Vice President Joe Biden in the West Wing. Days before the report was published last week, the Post reported Wikipedia deleted its entry for the investment company co-founded by Schwerin and the president’s son, Rosemont Seneca Partners. Rosemont was the company in the $1 billion equity deal with the state-owned Bank of China that Hunter Biden negotiated during his trip to Beijing with his father in 2013 via Air Force Two.
“He maintains his same statements that he’s made in the past,” Psaki said of the president.
She continued with a reference to the visitor log system, the White House Worker and Visitor Entry System known as WAVES.
“I would say that you are referring to WAVES records from at least more than 10 years ago,” Psaki told Heinrich. “I really don’t have more detail or more information on them. I know that there was a gap when WAVE records were not released. But I don’t have more information about visits from more than 10 years ago.”
Meanwhile, DailyMail.com reported Tuesday that financial records the paper obtained indicate Biden had $5.2 million in unexplained income while emails show he paid Hunter’s legal bills for the deal with the Bank of China.
See Psaki’s response to Heinrich:
.@JacquiHeinrich: “Does the President still maintain…he never spoke w/[Hunter] about his business dealings? And given this reporting…does he also say…he’s never spoken to his son’s business partners about his…dealings?”
Psaki: “He maintains his same statements….” pic.twitter.com/DFYnLemB2v
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) April 26, 2022
President Biden’s stance that he never discussed his son’s business dealings – which clearly are based on access to Joe Biden and the White House – was untenable prior to the Post’s new report.
Along with the emails and other material on Hunter Biden’s notorious abandoned laptop pointing to Joe Biden’s involvement in the scheme – including the mingling of finances and shared bank accounts, and his meetings with Hunter’s business partners while he was vice president – is the six-hour interview Hunter Biden’s former business partner Tony Bobulinski gave to the FBI last year, along with documents, emails and encrypted messages.
Bobulinski has named Joe Biden as the “Big Guy,” who, according to an email, was to get 10% equity in a joint venture with the Chinese energy company CEFC. The company is an arm of Communist Party Chairman Xi Jinping’s chief global domination venture, the “Belt and Road Initiative.”
One of the witnesses before a Delaware grand jury investigating Hunter Biden’s business dealings, according to a source, has been asked: Who is the Big Guy?”
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