Biden met with Hunter Biden business partner at White House in 2010: Report

According to visitor logs, Eric Schwerin made 19 visits to the White House to meet with Joe Biden.

Biden met with Hunter Biden business partner at White House in 2010: Report

Hunter Biden's most important investment partner met with Vice President Joe Biden during an official sit down in 2010.

According to the New York Post, Eric Schwerin (president of Rosemont Seneca) met Biden when Biden was vice president under former President Barack Obama. Schwerin is connected to many of Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings. As evidence mounts that Hunter's father used leverage in negotiations, Hunter's finances are under intense scrutiny.

According to archived visitor logs of the Obama White House, Schwerin made 19 visits to the White House. He met with Joe Biden and a variety of vice president's aides.

Emails taken from Hunter Biden’s old laptop show a series exchanges between Hunter, Rosemont Seneca's associates and the Chinese investment firms Bohai Capital & BHR.

Schwerin sent Jonathan Li, the CEO of BHR in February 2017. Li had previously sent Hunter Hunter's resume and a list of colleges to which he intended to apply.

Schwerin wrote that Jonathan Hunter asked me to send him a copy the recommendation letter he requested his father to write for Christopher for Brown University.

It is not clear if Li's son was accepted to Brown University, or if he attended.

According to Hunter Biden, the emails were sent from a laptop. Andrew Bates, White House deputy press secretary, told Fox News Digital that the email's content was not disclosed.

According to the president, Hunter has never been discussed with him about his business ventures. Jenn Psaki, White House press secretary, was asked earlier this month to confirm that Biden's claim that he had not discussed his overseas business deals with Hunter still stands.

Psaki responded, "Yes,"

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