Hunter Biden’s Ex-Business Partner Turns

 December 7, 2023

In a striking development, a former business associate of Hunter Biden has come forward, contradicting claims made by President Biden regarding his involvement with his son's foreign business dealings. This revelation challenges the president's longstanding assertions of non-involvement.

The crux of the controversy revolves around President Biden's interactions with Hunter's foreign business associates, which he has vehemently denied.

President Biden has repeatedly dismissed allegations about his involvement with his son Hunter's foreign business dealings. He has labeled such claims as false, maintaining a stance of non-interference and ignorance regarding Hunter's business activities.

Eric Schwerin, a former business partner of Hunter Biden, has contested these claims. Schwerin asserts that President Biden was involved, directly contradicting the president's denials. He references numerous interactions as evidence. Between 2009 and 2016, as Hunter's business partner, Schwerin visited the White House and the Vice President's residence numerous times. These visits are seen as potential opportunities for discussing Rosemont Seneca's business, a firm co-founded by Hunter.

Evidence of Presidential Involvement Unveiled

Documentation and records indicate President Biden met with at least 14 of Hunter's business associates from various countries during his vice presidency. These meetings raise questions about the extent of Biden's awareness and involvement in his son's business endeavors.

Hunter Biden, leveraging his father's position, reportedly introduced these associates to the president, using these interactions to enhance the credibility of his business ventures.

Specific instances of these interactions include a 2013 meeting with Hunter's Chinese business partner, Jonathan Li, during a trip to Asia. This meeting is particularly noteworthy given the significance of Chinese business relations globally.

In addition to the meeting with Li, President Biden attended dinners with Hunter's business contacts. These included a 2015 dinner with Burisma board adviser Vadym Pozharskyi and a 2014 gathering that included Russian oligarch Yelena Baturina and Kazakh officials.

White House Visits Raise Questions

During the Obama administration, Hunter associates and Rosemont Seneca staff members visited the White House over 90 times. These visits, often under the guise of personal or less formal engagements, provided ample opportunity for business discussions.

Such frequent access to the White House, facilitated by Hunter Biden, has been a point of contention, especially given the nature of his business dealings and the geographical spread of his associates.

Despite these occurrences, President Biden has been steadfast in his denial. He insists he never discussed Hunter's foreign business or played any role in it, a stance he has maintained across various public statements and interviews.

Contrasting Statements and Emerging Contradictions

President Biden's repeated denials contrast sharply with the emerging evidence and testimonies. His assertions of never discussing Hunter's business dealings are now under scrutiny.

Amidst these developments, Hunter's lawyer, Abbe Lowell, has provided a somewhat different narrative. Lowell admits that while Biden may have attempted to assist Hunter, there was no sharing of business profits or deep involvement.

While the president has been emphatic in his denials, the testimonies of those close to Hunter, including Eric Schwerin, and the pattern of White House visits suggest a different reality.


The controversy surrounding President Biden's involvement with Hunter's foreign business associates continues to unfold. Each new piece of evidence and testimony makes the narrative more intricate and challenging to decipher. As more information comes to light, the true extent of President Biden's involvement, or lack thereof, in Hunter's business dealings will become more evident.

  • Former business associate Hunter Biden contradicts President Biden's claims of non-involvement in his son's foreign business dealings.
  • Records indicate President Biden met with several of Hunter's business associates, challenging his previous denials.
  • The controversy raises questions about the nature of the Biden family's business relationships and the need for further investigation.

About Victor Winston

Victor is a freelance writer and researcher who focuses on national politics, geopolitics, and economics.

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