VP Joe Biden met with two Chinese energy execs in the West Wing

Two Chinese businessmen with ties to Hunter Biden’s company met with Joe Biden at the White House and followed up with the VP’s son days later with a fawning email and invitation, records reveal.

The meeting is the fifteenth to be uncovered between Joe and businessmen linked to Hunter.

Executives for Chinese energy company Wanxiang secured a meeting with the vice president in the West Wing in July 2014 with just one day’s notice, according to White House visitor logs.

A client of Hunter’s company Seneca Global Advisors partnered with Wanxiang in 2012 on a $1.25billion natural gas plant in China.

The ceremony for the signing of the deal between Hunter’s client GreatPoint Energy and Wanxiang was attended by then Chinese vice president Xi Jinping.

Wanxiang is a major Chinese company, and also partnered with the North Korean state for a giant copper mine.

Two Chinese businessmen with ties to Hunter Biden's company met with Joe Biden at the White House in 2014 while he was vice president. Four days later they emailed Hunter with an invite and offering to fix his car

Two Chinese businessmen with ties to Hunter Biden’s company met with Joe Biden at the White House in 2014 while he was vice president. Four days later they emailed Hunter with an invite and offering to fix his car. Joe’s meeting with the two Wanxiang executives is one of 15 occasions he met with businessmen closely linked to his son

Joining Wanxiang America president Pin Ni for the White House visit was Wanxiang Resources Co. president Youhong Han. Records show his meeting was at 11am and he left at 12.15pm, after scheduling the meeting with VP just the previous day

Joining Wanxiang America president Pin Ni for the White House visit was Wanxiang Resources Co. president Youhong Han. Records show his meeting was at 11am and he left at 12.15pm, after scheduling the meeting with VP just the previous day

Through his firm Rosemont Seneca Partners, Hunter also invested in a car company, Fisker, that was later bought by Wanxiang. After the company went bankrupt in 2013, Hunter was listed as a creditor on its filings.

He bought one of its electric sports cars for $142,300.

According to the White House visitor logs, Wanxiang America president Pin Ni met with Joe on July 25, 2014

According to the White House visitor logs, Wanxiang America president Pin Ni met with Joe on July 25, 2014

According to the White House visitor logs, Wanxiang America president Pin Ni met with Joe on July 25, 2014.

Four days later, Ni emailed Hunter offering help servicing his Fisker sports car.

‘Last Friday when we visited DC, I heard that your Fisker is out of order and could not get serviced. Sorry,’ Ni wrote.

‘It would be our honor to get your Fisker fixed… I would like to give you a call to see what we could do as next step.

‘It would be our great honor to welcome you to visit Fisker or Wanxiang at any time.’

Joining Ni for the White House visit was Wanxiang Resources Co. president Youhong Han. Records show his meeting was at 11am and he left at 12.15pm, after scheduling the meeting with VP just the previous day.

Han, 57, appears in the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists’ offshore leaks database, with a British Virgin Islands company called Elegant Sky Investments Limited that has a registered address in Shanghai.

Emails between Hunter and his business partners show them monitoring reporting around the $1.25billion Wanxiang-GreatPoint deal.

Wanxiang bought Fisker in February 2014. The luxury hybrid cars it makes were bought by celebrities including Leonardo DiCaprio and Justin Bieber.

Ni emailed Hunter offering help servicing his Fisker sports car. 'Last Friday when we visited DC, I heard that your Fisker is out of order and could not get serviced. Sorry,' Ni wrote. 'It would be our honor to get serviced. Sorry,' Ni wrote

Ni emailed Hunter offering help servicing his Fisker sports car. ‘Last Friday when we visited DC, I heard that your Fisker is out of order and could not get serviced. Sorry,’ Ni wrote. ‘It would be our honor to get serviced. Sorry,’ Ni wrote

A client of Hunter's company Seneca Global Advisors partnered with Wanxiang in 2012 on a $1.25billion natural gas plant in China. Emails between Hunter and his business partners show them monitoring reporting around the $1.25billion Wanxiang-GreatPoint deal

A client of Hunter’s company Seneca Global Advisors partnered with Wanxiang in 2012 on a $1.25billion natural gas plant in China. Emails between Hunter and his business partners show them monitoring reporting around the $1.25billion Wanxiang-GreatPoint deal

Through his firm Rosemont Seneca Partners, Hunter also invested in a car company, Fisker, that was later bought by Wanxiang. After the company went bankrupt in 2013 Hunter was listed as a creditor on its filings. He bought one of its electric sports cars for $142,300

Through his firm Rosemont Seneca Partners, Hunter also invested in a car company, Fisker, that was later bought by Wanxiang. After the company went bankrupt in 2013 Hunter was listed as a creditor on its filings. He bought one of its electric sports cars for $142,300

HUNTER’S LAWYER’S CURIOUS RESPONSE TO OUR COMMENT REQUEST 

When DailyMail.com asked Hunter’s criminal defense lawyer, Chris Clark, about his client’s relationship with Wanxiang, the Latham and Watkins attorney sent back a near-unintelligible response at 9.06pm EST on Thursday.

‘Please quote me.

Josh you are a parasite who lives of other peoples difficulties. Your parents won’t mount you.

Pls include an explaination from ‘news corp’ lawyers of you exclude this comment this from your as to why you have done so after asking. Me fo my comment.

Please’

NOTE: Clark, who has previously specialized in media industry cases, appeared to be under the mistaken impression that DailyMail.com is a News Corp company, owned by media mogul Rupert Murdoch. DailyMail.com is in fact owned by the Daily Mail and General Trust.

He did not comment on the First Son’s criminal investigation, including the reported focus by prosecutors on the $142,300 Hunter received from a Kazakh oligarch to buy his Fisker sports car.

Joe’s meeting with the two Wanxiang executives is one of 15 occasions he met with businessmen closely linked to his son.

Despite this and other damning evidence revealed by DailyMail.com about the president’s relationship with Hunter’s business partners, Joe and his spokespeople still claim that he never discussed his son’s overseas business dealings with Hunter.

 

Joe’s meetings with the other 14 of Hunter’s business associates, previously detailed by DailyMail.com,  include:

 

Wanxiang is a major Chinese company, and also partnered with the North Korean state for a giant copper mine

Wanxiang is a major Chinese company, and also partnered with the North Korean state for a giant copper mine

Hunter bought his Fisker Karma sports car from a New Jersey dealership using $142,300 sent to his company by Kazakhstani banking oligarch Kenes Rakishev (pictured). Rakishev and former Kazakh prime minister Karim Massimov are two of Hunter's 15 associates who met with the president

Hunter bought his Fisker Karma sports car from a New Jersey dealership using $142,300 sent to his company by Kazakhstani banking oligarch Kenes Rakishev (pictured). Rakishev and former Kazakh prime minister Karim Massimov are two of Hunter’s 15 associates who met with the president

Hunter bought his Fisker Karma sports car from a New Jersey dealership using $142,300 sent to his company by Kazakhstani banking oligarch Kenes Rakishev.

The payment was highlighted in a Senate homeland security committee report on the First Son’s business dealings in 2020.

Rakishev and former Kazakh prime minister Karim Massimov are two of Hunter’s 15 associates who met with the president.

The two men posed for a photo with Hunter and Joe at Washington DC restaurant Café Milano, a dinner which Joe at first denied attending before the photo emerged. Rakishev was discussing potential business plans with Hunter around that time.

The Wall Street Journal reported in March that Rakishev’s payment is part of the federal investigation into alleged tax crimes and illegal foreign lobbying by the First Son, and that witnesses were questioned by the grand jury over the money transfer.

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