According to emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop, President Joe Biden and his deputy chief of staff held a meeting in 2011 at the White House with three of Hunter’s business associates, at least one of whom was a foreign national. The purpose of the meeting was for Hunter to strike a deal with the associates in bonds worth billions of dollars.
In the summer of 2011, Hunter and his business partner Devon Archer – co-founder of Rosemont Seneca Partners (RSP) – were pursuing a business opportunity with real estate mogul Sean Conlon.
In the emails that have been reviewed on Hunter’s laptop, Conlon requested that Hunter facilitate a meeting between Joe Biden and two of his own associates, Andre Lasserre and Xi Wang.
White House visitor logs confirm that this meeting took place.
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Prior to this request, energy executive David Gamperl sent Conlon a contract from Nagi Chawi, the chairman and president of the since-dissolved Mercantile Investment Group in the West Indies. Conlon had forwarded this to Hunter in an email saying this was a “real business model” with the potential to make a “substantial profit.”
In the email, Gamperl told Conlon that the contract is “proof of funds” and that they could make “between $230 and $380 million” from this deal. Gamperl added that the deal could “open up the flood gates son 29 other bonds that have… much more value.”
On Monday, Conlon insisted to Fox News that he knows “absolutely nothing about that,” even though he was the one who forwarded the email to Hunter and Archer.
Conlon had also sent Hunter an email in June 2011 saying, So we have an engagement letter if they get other 10 bonds they have a face value of 10b… We need to get these guys to an event or something where they get to just formally meet your Dad. For follow on they can talk to Chief of Staff. Let me know how soon we can do that. [Very] brief. If Nagi gets that done we get more bonds to move.”
Gamperl emailed Conlon, Ghawi, and another business associate of Conlon’s about potential profits from the deal.
“[T]he face value is over $21 billion, as each bond is worthy over $2.1 billion 9this could vary as it depends on each bonds series, etc…),” wrote Gamperl. “We can employ a couple of different strategies in generating profits, which would yield revenue of 22% to par of the face value.”
After Hunter was forwarded this email by Conlon, he replied, “WTF is he talking about. Mtg with JRB chief of staff????”
“I guess,” responded Archer. “I don’t think he understands how this works. I will advise him to stand down.”
Doing a complete 180, Hunter wrote back saying, “Tell him I’ll do the mtg.”
On Tuesday, Ghawi told Fox News Digital that he requested Conlon and Gamperl organize the meeting with then-VP Biden because it was “their role as representative of the United States of America and not in their personal capacity.”
“Mr. Sean Conlon and Mr. David Gamperl have good relation [sic] with Hunter Biden so it was easier for them to organize a meeting with the VP Biden,” said Ghawi in an email.