Joe Biden Met Son’s Business Clients At VP Mansion: Report

By Victor Winston, updated on September 16, 2023

New evidence suggests Joe Biden might have been more involved in his son's business affairs than previously thought.

In a recent revelation, it has come to light that Hunter Biden might have arranged a breakfast meeting between his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, and potential international business clients in the vice president’s mansion back in 2015.

This information, if true, could further complicate the narrative for President Joe Biden, who has consistently denied any knowledge of his son's business endeavors.

Details of the Alleged Meeting

The meeting in question reportedly took place in the vice president’s mansion in Washington, D.C.

The attendees are said to have included Joe Biden, his son Hunter, Hunter's then-business partner Devon Archer, and a prospective international business client.

The client was identified as international banker Marc Holtzman. Holtzman was reportedly being courted by Hunter Biden and Devon Archer for business opportunities in Kazakhstan, Breitbart reported.

Furthermore, Holtzman was advocating for former Kazakh Prime Minister Karim Massimov to be the next United Nations Secretary-General. It's worth noting that Massimov is currently imprisoned on charges of treason.

Contradictions and Implications

This revelation was brought to light by Devon Archer during his congressional testimony. Archer's statements seem to contradict President Biden's previous claims. The President has, on multiple occasions, denied discussing business with his son.

Interestingly, this wasn't the first instance where the then-Vice President met with his son's business associates.

However, the significance of this particular meeting is its location - the vice president’s mansion. This detail might pique the interest of House investigators, especially in light of the impeachment inquiry announced by House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.

Missing from Official Records

Another intriguing aspect of this story is the absence of this meeting from the official entry logs released by the Obama administration.

According to Archer’s testimony, the primary objective of the meeting was to secure an energy deal for their Burisma client in Ukraine with Kazakhstan. This proposed deal was referred to as the “Burisma Eurasia” deal by Hunter Biden and Archer.

Archer further elaborated that the meeting revolved around discussions related to the U.N. Specifically, the conversation centered on the next U.N. Secretary-General. Marc Holtzman was lobbying for Karim Massimov, though his efforts were ultimately unsuccessful.

Further Evidence from Hunter's Laptop

Adding another layer to this unfolding story, emails retrieved from Hunter Biden’s laptop detailed some interactions between Holtzman, Massimov, and other key figures in Kazakhstan and Ukraine.

These emails even hinted at efforts to get someone close to Joe Biden to congratulate Holtzman.

The intimate setting of the Naval Observatory meeting could challenge previous claims that President Biden only engaged in casual conversations with his son's business associates.

Conclusion

  • Hunter Biden allegedly arranged a meeting between then-Vice President Joe Biden and potential business clients in 2015.
  • The meeting took place at the vice president’s mansion.
  • Devon Archer's congressional testimony brought this information to light.
  • The meeting's details contradict President Biden's previous statements.
  • Emails from Hunter Biden's laptop provide additional context to the story.

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About Victor Winston

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

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