'Laptop from Hell' author: Biden lied about not knowing of 'Hunter's overseas business dealings'
"I think all you need to know about Burisma is that when Joe Biden stopped being vice president, Burisma cut Hunter Biden's salary in half," Miranda Devine said.
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President Biden "lied" on the campaign trail "when he said that he knew nothing about his son Hunter's overseas business dealings," alleges Miranda Devine, author of "Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide."
Biden "met Hunter's business partners from overseas multiple times" when he was vice president, including "Mexicans and Ukrainians and Russians and Chinese and Kazakhstanis," Devine told the John Solomon Reports podcast on Thursday.
He met some of them in Beijing, others at Cafe Milano and the Naval Observatory, the vice presidential residence, in Washington, D.C.
Biden also met with Hunter's former business partners Tony Bobulinski and Devon Archer. He took a selfie with the latter in the White House, which Burisma, "the corrupt Ukrainian energy company" that was paying both Hunter and Archer, posted on their website, Devine said.
"I think all you need to know about Burisma is that when Joe Biden stopped being vice president, Burisma cut Hunter Biden's salary in half," she added.
Now Hunter is "the closest and most important adviser to Joe Biden, and he is in and out of the White House, in and out of the sort of weekend White House in Delaware, all the time," Devine said.
She explained that Hunter Biden's laptop, abandoned at a Delaware computer repair shop, shows how much his and his father's finances were intertwined, how they know "everything about each other's business," have "joint bank accounts, shared debit cards," and how Hunter paid "for at least some of Joe's sort of household bills — maintenance on his Delaware mansion."
"[T]here are emails," she continued, "where there are these overdue bills for Joe Biden's Delaware mansion — whether it's sort of fixing a retaining wall or painting a fence or fixing the shutters or replacing the air conditioning — you know, several thousand dollars for each bill from local Delaware contractors.
"And these bills, some of them were like months overdue. I mean, I think, from what I hear, the Bidens weren't very good at paying their bills on time."
Biden, she said, "never has seemed to be able to keep truth from fiction straight in his head" as he has claimed to "being the poorest man in Congress" and "a humble working-class kid from Scranton," which is "just so at odds with the facts as we see them" by looking at "the life of privilege that his family leads."
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