A bombshell affidavit has revealed that Americans concerned that the Biden family has used its political position to negotiate deals is, in fact, true. President Biden’s younger brother Jim was hired to negotiate private deals with the Saudi government on behalf of a US-based construction company. Jim was apparently chosen because of his relationship with Joe, according to legal documents. The affidavits provided to Daily Mail allege Saudi Arabia “would not dare stiff the brother of the Vice-President who would be instrumental to the deal,” which is ultimately why Jim was chosen to represent Hill.

In 2012, the construction company, Hill International, needed to work out a $ 140 million settlement negotiation with Saudi Arabia.
According to an affidavit, Thomas Sullivan, the former Treasury official, recounted his interview with Jim Biden about the Saudi negotiations.
Sullivan asserted Jim noted that his relationship with Joe was advantageous, saying, “Of course, the [Biden] name didn’t hurt’, and Jim’s wife Sara, who was present, allegedly said that Joe and his brother told each other everything.” He apparently repeated this statement multiple times during their conversation. Sullivan said,
“I asked specifically if he had attended a meeting with the Saudi Ministry of Trade in mid-February 2012 to receive the final payment for the work Hill had performed. He answered that, to the best of his memory, he had been at such a meeting and that the reason he had attended was ‘because of his position and relationship’ with his brother.”
Jim Biden’s negotiation role began after a disagreement between Hill and the Saudis over payment for the construction companies’ work building desalination plants. Hill was supposedly owed $140 million for building plants across Saudi Arabia going back to the 1980s. Jim lacked construction experience, which makes the agreement even more suspect.
DailyMail obtained a contract from February 2011 showing Hill hired three law firms, R.L. Walker & Co., Lankford & Reed, and Poblete Tamargo, to help collect their money. Lankford & Reed claims Hill brought Jim Biden on board to help negotiate in 2011. Biden was hired to quietly cultivate a $100 million settlement. Apparently, Hill failed to pay their lawyers their 40% cut. The attorney’s complained that even after years of working on the case, they were not paid for their work.

According to Lankford, Jim admitted the Saudis and Hill agreed that they would settle payment by Hill being awarded future contracts in the country,

“Mr. Biden further confirmed that Richter used Biden as a settlement intermediary in order to capitalize on the influence and orchestration of the settlement by the then Vice-President,” Lankford shared.


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