The White House recently refused to address a voicemail from President Joe Biden to Hunter Biden. It was a message advising Hunter Biden about a New York Times report that he had received regarding his business dealings in China.
“I don’t want to talk about the alleged materials on my laptop. “It’s not happening,” Karine Jean-Pierre said to reporters, in response to a question regarding the voicemail. “I refer to his son’s representative.”
Hunter Biden found the voicemail on his laptop, which was left in a shop for repair and was later recovered by Trump’s close aides during the 2020 presidential campaign.
“I thought that the article published online, which will be printed tomorrow by the Times, was very good. Biden states in 2018 that he thinks you are clear.
The president was referring specifically to an article in the 2018 New York Times about Hunter Biden’s business dealings and Ye Jianming, a Chinese executive who led CEFC China Energy Company.
The Republican National Committee put the audio of the voicemail online.
Fox News reporter Peter Doocy questioned Jean-Pierre about Jean-Pierre’s credibility when he claimed that he had never spoken with his son about business deals.
Biden stated in September 2019 that he had never spoken with his son about his overseas business dealings.
Jean-Pierre stood firm behind Biden’s claim.
“Whatever the President said stands,” she stated Tuesday, referring any further questions to Hunter’s representatives.
Peter Schweizer, author of Red-Handed, detailed Hunter Biden’s relationship to CEFC China Energy. The Chinese company paid him almost $6 million in 2017.