The New York Times has confirmed that Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, has business interests in various foreign countries.
In 2015, Hunter Biden and Vadym Pokharskyi, an executive at Burisma, attended a charity event for the World Food Program. The New York Times confirmed Hunter Biden's financial interests in a story published earlier this month. The revelation, which was censored by social media platforms, contradicts what Joe Biden has maintained.
Hunter Biden later thanked Vadym Pokharskyiv for hosting the event and for giving him an opportunity to spend time with his father. However, several of the dinner's guests told the New York Times that they did not hear any business discussions.
According to Father Alex Karloutsos, the vice president did not go around the dinner table. Instead, he merely waved at everyone.
On October 14, 2020, the New York Post published an article about Hunter Biden's laptop, which was later censored by various social media platforms. The article was based on an email sent by Vadym Pokharskyi. The contents of the laptop were later confirmed by a cybersecurity expert.
According to Michael Schellenberger, a journalist, the FBI was able to reimburse Twitter for the time it spent responding to its requests. The documents revealed that the agency was also aware of potential leaks regarding Hunter Biden before the New York Post published its article about the contents of his laptop.
According to the New York Times, Joe Biden met with various of Hunter Biden's Chinese partners. The newspaper also confirmed that the vice president wrote letters to Brown and Georgetown universities for the children of a Chinese business associate of Hunter Biden.
The contents of Hunter Biden's laptop were confirmed by the New York Times and the Washington Post in March 2022. These reports were about an IRS investigation regarding his financial transactions.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Daily Caller.