Joe Biden relied on his son Hunter to pay the expenses of the then vice president, according to emails obtained by the New York Post.
Email leaks from Hunter Biden’s laptop reveal how President Joe Biden relied on his son financially.
In a report by Miranda Devine, a New York Post reporter and Sky News Australia contributor, leaked emails showed Hunter lamenting the amount of money he was providing for his father and family.
The New York Post retrieved Hunter’s emails from a laptop found in a Delaware repair shop in October just a month away from the 2020 presidential election.
The latest revelation in the emails shows how the current president’s son paid for house repairs in Wilmington, Delaware and some of his father’s bills, including $ 190 a month from AT&T.
An email from Hunter’s business partner Eric Schwerin on June 5, 2010 with the subject line “JRB Bills” – Joe Robinette Biden’s initials – reveals how much then-Vice President Biden relied on his son for the maintenance of his property in Wilmington.
The bills include $ 2,600 for a “stone retaining wall” and $ 1,475 for a fresh paint job at the house, and $ 1,239 for air conditioning repairs in the cottage of the late mother of the vice president of then on his property, according to the New York Post.
“FYI there are a few unpaid bills that need to be paid and I’m not sure which are priority and which should be paid to ‘my’ account and which should be put on hold or paid from the ‘Wilmington Trust Checking Account social security. ‘ Mr. Schwerin’s email wrote.
Mr. Schwerin also wrote to Hunter about President Biden’s future wealth management on July 6, 2010.
“Does it make sense to see if your dad has time over the next two weeks while you’re in (Washington) DC to talk about it?” Your dad just called me about his mortgage … so it dawned on me that maybe it was the right time (for) some positive news about his future earning potential, âsaid th -mail.
Hunter texts were also found on the laptop, including a channel to his daughter Naomi where he lamented having to “pay for everything”.
âI hope you can all do what I did and pay for everything for this whole family for 30 years,â he said.
“It’s really hard. But don’t worry, unlike Pop (Joe), I won’t make you give me half your salary.
Despite the texts, there was no direct evidence on Hunter’s laptop transferring such funds.