Updated news about Hunter Biden investigation over the information that was discovered on a laptop purportedly belonging to him.

Trump: FBI Should Be Investigating Hunter Biden

President Donald Trump said Monday that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) should be investigating Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.

The President made statements in response to a question as to whether the law enforcement agency should prosecute the younger Biden on Wednesday following an exclusive article from the New York Post that revealed three of Hunter Biden’s suspected emails.

“Yeah, the FBI should be investigating. I don’t know if they are or not, but they should be investigating him,” Trump told reporters at Phoenix International Airport. “And you’ll have to call [FBI Director Christopher] Wray and ask him. But that is—and why did they have those—and did they have it? Did they have that laptop for a long time and not do anything with it?”

Biden’s campaign denied the reported meeting.

“Certainly the FBI should be investigating it because, on its face, he’s guilty as can be. There is not even a question about it. On its face, he shouldn’t be allowed to run. So we’ll see how it goes,” Trump added.

FBI Obtains Hunter Biden Computer with Data on Ukraine Dealings

An exclusive report from the New York Post on Wednesday exposed three of Hunter Biden’s alleged emails. One of them was dated April 13, 2014, the time frame when Hunter just joined the board of Ukrainian natural gas company Burisma. In an alleged email to the board members of the company, Hunter mentioned his father several times, using Joe Biden’s influence to negotiate a higher salary for himself. Hunter’s salary at Burisma was reportedly up to $50,000 a month.

In another alleged email, Vadym Pozharskyi, an adviser to the board of Burisma, asked Hunter for “advice on how you could use your influence” to help the company.

In an email dated April 2015, Pozharskyi thanked Hunter for giving him the opportunity to meet with Joe Biden in D.C.

These exposed emails contradict Joe Biden’s previous claim that he had never spoken to his son about Hunter’s overseas business dealings.

The emails exposed by the New York Post all came from a laptop with a Beau Biden Foundation sticker on it. It was sent to a computer repair shop with water damage, but no one came to pick it up. Later, the shop owner decided to notify the FBI.

The emails exposed by the New York Post all came from a laptop with a Beau Biden Foundation sticker on it. It was sent to a computer repair shop with water damage, but no one came to pick it up. Later, the shop owner decided to notify the FBI.

More detail: https://www.theepochtimes.com/fbi-obtains-hunter-biden-computer-with-data-on-ukraine-dealings_3543467.html

Hunter Biden has business deals with Chinese exec linked to military?

Hunter Biden allegedly sought to pocket millions of deals involving a Chinese energy giant with ties to the Chinese army, according to e-mails from the New York Post.

An alleged email from James Gilliar of the international consultancy J2cR that was sent to Biden on May 13, 2017 detailed “remuneration packages” for six people in an unspecified deal apparently involving the now-bankrupt Chinese oil giant CEFC China Energy. Biden, who is the second son of former Vice President and current presidential candidate Joe Biden, was identified as “Chair/Vice Chair” of a new company, “depending on agreement with CEFC.” His pay would be “850.”

The email also mentions a “provisional agreement” under which a person identified as “H,” an apparent reference to Hunter Biden, would hold 20 percent “equity” in the new company, as well as 10 percent “held…for the big guy.” The email doesn’t identify who the “big guy” is.

Gilliar also said he would be “happy to raise any detail with Zang if there is [sic] shortfalls ?,” in an apparent reference to Zang Jianjun, a former executive director at CEFC.

CEFC China Energy, a Shanghai-based conglomerate, was China’s largest privately owned oil company before being caught in Beijing’s crosshairs in 2018. The oil conglomerate made billions of dollars in Russia, Eastern Europe, and parts of Africa, while its now-disgraced founder and president, Ye Jianming, fostered cozy ties with high-level Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials.

Since early 2018, Ye has been missing after being placed under investigation by the Chinese regime for “suspected economic crimes” and detained. According to the Chinese media Caixin, a state-owned company took control of CEFC in March 2019 and the company declared bankruptcy early this year.

In a separate e-mail sent by Biden to Hong Kong financier Dong Gongwen on 2 August 2017, Hunter Biden reveals that he had previously had a three-year agreement with CEFC that would pay him $10 million a year “for introductions alone.”

Dong was Ye’s business associate and executed transactions for Ye’s companies, according to a recent Senate report.

But Ye later sweetened the deal, giving Hunter Biden 50 percent ownership of a holding company named “Hudson West,” with Ye owning the other half, the email stated.

“Consulting fees is one piece of our income stream but the reason this proposal by the chairman was so much more interesting to me and my family is that we would also be partners inn [sic] the equity and profits of the JV’s [joint venture’s] investments,” Biden wrote.

Ties to the Chinese military

Ye had extensive ties to the Chinese military.

According to the Senate report, Ye served as deputy secretary-general of the China Association for International Friendly Contacts (CAIFC) from 2003 to 2005.

The association is a front group for the Chinese military’s former General Political Department, a political organ within the Central Military Commission—the CCP agency that controls the armed forces, according to a 2018 report published by the Congress-appointed U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC). That department was replaced by a new agency called the Political Work Department in 2016.

“CAIFC has additional ties to the Ministries of State Security, Civil Affairs, and Foreign Affairs, and it is a platform for deploying undercover intelligence gatherers,” the report said.

USCC added: “In addition to sending intelligence collectors abroad, CAIFC sponsors trips to China by foreign military and veteran groups, businesspeople, and former politicians which typically include contact with hand-picked PLA personnel,” referring to the People’s Liberation Army, the official name of the Chinese regime’s military.

Caixin published an extensive report on CEFC in March 2018. It stated that CEFC’s Party secretary, Jiang Chunyu, was a retired Chinese armed police officer. All major firms in China are required to set up Party units within their offices.

More detail: https://www.theepochtimes.com/hunter-biden-under-scrutiny-for-business-deals-with-chinese-exec-with-links-to-military_3541490.html

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