Biden’s drive to tap ‘earnings potential’ led family to China-backed university, energy deal

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Just 18 months into his vice presidency, Joe Biden had a conversation with one of Hunter Biden’s business associates that left an indelible impression about his desire to create future wealth.

“Your Dad just called me (about his mortgage) and mentioned he’d be out a lot soon and not really back until Labor Day,” Rosemont Seneca executive Eric Schwerin wrote Hunter Biden on July 6, 2010 in an email on a laptop seized by the FBI. “So it dawned on me it might be a good time (also he could use some positive news about his future earnings potential!).”

Schwerin, who worked alongside Hunter Biden at the Rosemont Seneca investment firm and also doubled as a financial and tax adviser to the future president, asked Hunter Biden to consider meeting with his father soon to discuss the issue, according to the email.

“Does it make sense to see if your Dad has some time in the …

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