Hunter Biden facilitated a meeting at the White House between business associates and his father in 2011, according to newly revealed emails between President Joe Biden’s son and his business associates.
Then-Vice President Biden and his then-deputy chief of staff, Alan Hoffman, met with three of Hunter’s business associates, one of whom was a foreigner, according to new emails.
The latest revelations are the latest in a series of shocking reports about the president’s son and his foreign affairs dealings and influence. Hunter is under several investigations, most of them over his abandoned laptop, which contained a ton of damning information that investigators claim could prove he was using his father’s office to enrich himself and his family.
Emails obtained by Fox News Digital shows that Hunter Biden arranged the meeting around the time he was trying to close a deal with the business associates attending the meeting at the White House.
If Hunter manages to secure the meeting between the employees and his father – the vice president – it could lead to a bond deal worth billions.
Bombshell emails revealed by Fox News show that in 2011 Hunter Biden (left) helped facilitate a meeting between his father, who was vice president at the time, and three business associates — one of whom was a is a foreigner
Emails with Hunter’s business partner Devon Archer (left) show he was pushed to set up the meeting to secure a potentially lucrative deal
It is unclear if the deal was executed after the meeting took place in the summer of 2011 or if they profited from the meeting.
White House visitor logs confirm that the meeting took place.
Hunter Biden, 53, and his business partner Devon Archer, co-founder of Rosemont Seneca Partners (RSP), were in talks with future CNBC “The Deed” co-host Sean Conlon in June 2011 about a potentially lucrative opportunity.
According to the emails, all Hunter had to do was arrange a meeting with his father and two of Conlon’s associates, Andre Lassere and “Wang,” identified as Xi Wang in White House visitor logs.
Conlon forwarded an email from US energy executive David Gamperl with a contract from Nagi Ghawi, who was chairman and president of the now-dissolved West Indies Mercantile Investment Group, presenting a “real business model” to generate “substantial profits” to make.
The contract, Gamperl told Conlon in a June 22, 2011 email, is a “proof of funds” that will allow them to earn “between $230 and $380 million,” which he claimed could “open the floodgates for 29 other bonds that… more value.”
Despite forwarding this email to Hunter and Archer, Conlon told Fox News in an email Monday, “I know absolutely nothing about that.”
Ghawi told Fox News Digital in an email Tuesday that he asked Conlon and Gamperl to host the meeting with then-Vice President Biden or President Barack Obama because it was “their role as a representative of the United States of America and not in a personal capacity’. .’
‘Mr. Sean Conlon and Mr. David Gamperl have a good relationship (sic) with Hunter Biden, so it was easier for them to arrange a meeting with the VP Biden,” he said in the email.
In email exchanges dated June 2011, Conlon wrote to Hunter Biden, “So we have an engagement letter if they get 10 more bonds, they have a face value of 10 billion … We need to get these guys to an event or something where they just be able to formally meet your father. For follow-up, they can talk to the Chief of Staff. Let me know how soon we can do that. (Very short. If Nagi pulls that off, we’ll get more bonds to move.”
Sean Conlon (center) helped the parties connect via email and was pivotal in setting up the meeting with then-VP Biden. Conlon is an Irish-American businessman and was the future co-host of CNBC’s ‘The Deed’ in June 2011
That same day, Gamperl emailed Conlon, Ghawi and another Conlon business partner, Benjie Burford, with more details about the deal’s potential profit.
“The face value is over $21 billion as each bond is worth over $2.1 billion (this may vary as it depends on each bond series, etc…),” he wrote. “We can use a number of different strategies to generate profit, which would generate sales of 22% of face value.”
Conlon forwarded Gamperl’s email to Hunter and Archer.
Hunter’s initial reaction to the suggestion of a meeting was shock.
WTF is he talking about. Mtg with JRB chief of staff????’ said Hunter, answering only Archer and referring to his father by his initials.
“I think so,” Archer replied. “I don’t think he understands how this works. I will advise him to resign.”
“Tell him I’m doing the mtg,” Hunter said, changing his tone quickly.
Archer replied to both Conlon and Hunter that he was interested in the deal but found it difficult to work out the meeting with the Vice President.
“No, I agree,” Conlon wrote to Hunter and Archer. “I ignored them the first few times they were introduced to me. Then my friend kept the first bond with his bank and he called me to verify that it is genuine. That doesn’t mean we can sell them, but it’s a free look.’
He added: I think all we need is a 5 minute introduction, no meeting next week or the guy who flew over from Paris for an event in Chicago won’t take care of the rest of the bonds because he’s sulking!’
Devon Archer, along with Hunter, served on the board of directors of Ukrainian gas company Burisma Holdings LLC
That same day, Ghawi emailed Conlon informing him that Lasserre and Wang were in Washington D.C. and that it was “extremely critical and extremely urgent” to arrange a meeting with them and “the Chief of Staff or VP or both.” invest.
“This is the only possible outcome for all of us. Let’s have a conference call to sort this out,” he added.
Hunter said there was no “chance in hell” that the meeting would happen on such short notice and noted that Wang’s foreign nationality could cause further headaches in getting him through the Secret Service.
“Sorry buddy doesn’t stand a chance either,” Hunter wrote. “Then maybe give me more than an hour’s notice, but they’re negotiating the debt ceiling (i.e. the fate of the global economy), defending ‘Biden Afghanistan policy,’ and whatever.”
“Aside from your (sic) anyone entering WH for a meeting has to be vetted by WH’s Secret Service and legal team, which typically takes about a week longer for a foreigner. I can meet them myself, but the other one doesn’t happen,” he continued.
‘Hey honest answer. I’m in Tuscany with Devon! I will formally organize through you. Enjoy your weekend,’ Conlon replied.
Hunter and Gamperl met on June 26, 2011 at ‘Al Grocery 12 20 Long Beach, and appeared to speak by phone several times over the following days.
Gamperl met with VP Biden’s deputy chief of staff, Alan Hoffman, on July 3, 2011, at an unknown location. It appears that Lasserre was also present at the meeting, according to Fox.
According to White House visitor logs, on July 27, 2011, Hoffman met with Gamperl, Wang, and Lasserre at the Old Executive Office Building.
The three business partners were at OEOB for about 30 minutes, arriving shortly before 5 p.m. and leaving shortly before 5:30 p.m., according to the logs, despite Conlon saying they only needed a “5 minute” introduction.
While the emails underscored the importance of speaking with Biden to move the deals forward, Ghawi said he was “not informed or briefed” about the White House meeting.
He also claimed, “No business was done and no transaction was made with Mr. Hunter Biden, nor with VP Biden,” even though the emails speak of “substantial gains.”