Hunter Biden repeatedly sought assistance from his father, President Joe Biden, to help him during a period of financial difficulties, newly released text messages show.
Hunter Biden asked his father in November and December 2018 to send him money for his alimony payments and additional “financial issues,” according to text messages between Hunter and Joe Biden released Wednesday by the House Ways and Means Committee. (RELATED: Hunter Biden Portrayed Chinese Business Associate As ‘Protégé’ Of Xi Jinping, IRS Memo Shows)
“See below. Can you (cyndi) provide Linda with the information requested,” Hunter Biden texted his Wells Fargo financial advisor Ed Prewitt on Nov. 1, 2018, according to a text message on page 20 of the IRS document containing Hunter Biden’s texts. “Linda” appears to refer to Linda Shapero, an accountant with the firm Global DEEZ, emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop archive indicate.
Hunter Biden sent a text in June 2017 describing his "family's brand" and referred to access to Joe Biden as "the keys" to his family's "only asset," the House Ways and Means Committee revealed @DailyCaller https://t.co/fPsQMPH5Fx pic.twitter.com/HIQAHDnCtv— James Lynch (@jameslynch32) September 27, 2023