Article originally appeared on www.foxnews.com.
Following Devon Archer’s bombshell congressional interview last week alleging President Biden’s deep involvement with Hunter Biden’s business dealings, a new light is being cast on his son’s longtime business partner who stands to know even more.
Eric Schwerin visited the Obama White House and then-Vice President Biden’s residence at least 36 times between 2009 and 2016, likely to make him the next target of the House Oversight Committee’s investigation into the Biden family’s business dealings.
Schwerin was the founding partner and managing director of Hunter’s now-dissolved firm Rosemont Seneca Partners when he was appointed by then-President Obama to the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad, an independent U.S. government agency, in early 2015.
“Eric asked for one of these the day after the election in 2008,” Hunter revealed about Schwerin’s appointment in an email on March 13, 2015.
Schwerin was reappointed to the commission in January 2017.
The number of Schwerin’s visits to the White House could be much higher than 36 if any of his meetings fell under its voluntary disclosure policy exception of “purely personal guests,” due to his handling of the Biden family’s personal finances.
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