According to the New York Post Hunter Biden met his father Joe Biden (then Vice President), after meeting with foreign officials.
We discovered these meetings after looking at Hunter Biden’s personal calendar.
According to the calendar, Joe Biden and Hunter Biden met about 30 times at either the White House or the Naval Observatory residences where Joe Biden was vice president between 2008-2016. These meetings would take place days after Hunter Biden returns from a foreign business trip or a meeting here in Washington D.C.
According to the Post, Eric Schwerin, Hunter Biden’s business associate was also named in the invitation receipts at 21 of 30 meetings with then-vice President.
Schwerin was Hunter Biden’s president of the now-dissolved investment fund Rosemont Seneca Partners. According to reports, he had access to Joe Biden’s financial records. According to White House visitor logs he was welcome to the White House 19 times before meetings, including one in November 2010 with then-Vice President.
According to his calendar, Hunter Biden had met Daniel Kablan Duncan (Prime Minster of Cote D’Ivoire), on April 15, 2016. After the 8:15AM sitdown, Vice President Biden convened a 9 AM confab at Naval Observatory. It is unclear what purpose he had for his meeting with Kablan.
Hunter Biden was joined by several billionaire Moscow oligarchs. One of them is being tried for murder. They accompanied Hunter Biden to Moscow to dine and drink between February 15-18 2012. Four days after his return, Hunter Biden was again accompanied by Vice President Biden at The Naval Observatory.
On Nov 14. Hunter Biden met George Maior on November 14. He returned to the Naval Observatory two days later with his father. Louis Freeh, an ex-FBI Director, joined him to help Gabriel Popoviciu (a Romanian businessman) avoid jail.
According to the report Hunter Biden also set up a meeting on March 2nd 2012 with Joe Biden, Andres Pastrana Aango, ex-Colombia President.
Hunter Biden and Rosemont Seneca allegedly had been in negotiations with OAS (Brazilian Construction Company) eight months prior to that meeting. OAS was “interested” in four major projects in Colombia. They included two watershed treatment plants each valued at $380 million and $35 millions, as well a hydroelectric power plant worth $1.8billion, and renovations to the Bogota Subway System.
Schwerin thought Rosemont Seneca would be awarded $5.6 million if OAS agreements in Colombia were successful. This fee was in addition to a 1% “success” fee.
Emails revealed that Rosemont Seneca was on retainer at $25,000 per mois from the Brazilian building firm. OAS was later implicated in Brazil’s largest corruption scandal, known as “Operation Car Wash.”
Hunter Biden visited Bogata in November 2011 to meet Pastrana. According to calendar notes, Pastrana was also present. The Post reported Hunter Biden had a meeting later in the day with Juan Manuel Santos (a counselor to Colombian president).
According to the personal calendar, Hunter Biden asked Pastrana for a meeting in February 2012, while he was visiting Washington D.C.
Joe Biden met the ex-President de Colombia one month later at Naval Observatory. Schwerin was one of the invited guests to the meeting. Hunter Biden met Pastrana later that day in a coffee shop where Pastrana was a Colombian coffee executive.
The Post reported that Hunter Biden was planning other meetings with Cesar Uzeda, the international chairman of OAS.