Giuliani says public has only seen small fraction of what’s on Hunter Biden hard drive

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Presidential lawyer Rudy Giuliani said Thursday that the public has only seen “about five percent” of incriminating emails and other materials regarding the Biden family recovered from a laptop abandoned at a repair shop in Delaware last year.

“I have the entire hard drive and the New York Post has only published about five percent of it,” Giuliani told Newsmax TV host Alex Salvi this week.

“The New York Post has at least two more situations even more serious than this. The real big-time money corruption takes place with the Chinese Communist Party. In essence, we have a man trying to be president of the United States whose family has been in business for a number of years with the Chinese communist government and high-level Chinese communists,” Giuliani, a former U.S. attorney and mayor of New York City, alleged.

“China was setting Joe up for years and they have his son by the you-know-what and they’ve given them plenty of money and coincidentally Joe has caved in to China in every negotiation he’s ever had and he’s the only man in the world who says China is not a threat to us or a competitor,” he added.

“I guess if your family got $30 or $40 million from China, if you were corrupt, I guess you’d say that,” Giuliani added.

At another point in the interview, Giuliani cites an email Hunter Biden allegedly wrote to his daughter, Naomi, strongly suggesting that 50 percent of the money received by Hunter Biden that he managed to obtain with his father’s name and influence has been kicked back to the former vice president.

“But I don’t receive any respect and that’s fine I guess. Works for you, apparently. I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family for 30 years. It’s really hard, but don’t worry, unlike Pop (Joe Biden) I won’t make you give me half your salary,” the incriminating email says, according to Giuliani.

The interview follows the New York Post’s bombshell report Wednesday allegedly detailing the contents of emails obtained from the laptop including one that indicates Hunter Biden introduced his then-vice president father, Joe Biden, to a ranking official at Ukrainian energy firm Burisma as Hunter was put in a lucrative position on the company’s board.

Joe Biden had previously stated that he never discussed his son’s business dealings.

The alleged introduction was revealed in an email to Hunter Biden from Vadym Pozharskyi, a top adviser to Burisma’s board of directors. Pozharskyi wrote on April 17, 2015, “Dear Hunter, thank you for inviting me to DC and giving an opportunity to meet your father and spent [sic] some time together. It’s realty [sic] an honor and pleasure.”

Biden’s campaign rejected the Post claim, but Giuliani strongly suggested that there is more damning material obtained via the laptop that is forthcoming.

The Post’s follow-up to its original story cites emails and other materials that appear to indicate Hunter Biden was using his family name and government ties to secure highly lucrative deals with Chinese firms.

For instance, the Post reported, a May 13, 2017, email with the subject line “Expectations” sent to Hunter Biden contained specifics regarding “remuneration packages” for six people allegedly involved in a business deal that was not specified.

Hunter Biden was identified as “Chair/Vice Chair depending on agreement with CEFC,” which is a likely reference to now-defunct CEFC China Energy Co., formerly based in Shanghai, the Post reported.

The email indicated that the former VP’s pay was to be “850,” while noting further, “Hunter has some office expectation he will elaborate,” the outlet said.

Also, a Senate investigation released last month provided details of Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings, including China-related transactions that were flagged by banks and federal agencies as “potential criminal financial activity.”

Giuliani discussed the alleged contents and findings contained on the laptop during an episode of his “Common Sense” podcast on Wednesday.

Jon Dougherty

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Jon is a staff writer for BizPac Review with 30 years' worth of reporting experience, as well as an author and U.S. Army veteran. He has a BA in political science from Ashford University and an MA in national security studies/intelligence analysis from American Military University.
Jon Dougherty

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