President Joe Biden may have “no regrets” about not telling the American public about mishandling classified documents until after the midterm elections, but his son Hunter might come to regret writing about it.
The former first crack-addict wrote a passage describing how he and his family quarantined at President Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware mansion while awaiting the results of the 2020 election, in his 2021 memoir “Beautiful Things.”
“You would have loved the scene on election night, too, even though the night would’ve driven you nuts, not least because the vote counting dragged on for days,” he wrote.
“Yet one of the benefits of waiting so long for the race to be called was that we all waited it out together, at Mom and Dad’s house — Melissa [his wife] and the baby, my girls, Natalie and Hunter, Ashley and Howard,” he droned on.
“More than waiting together, we were also quarantined together. There was no escaping one another.”
In the book’s epilogue, he went on to explain that when Pennsylvania was called for Biden, the whole family celebrated together.
“That clinched it. Mom and Dad were on a dock out on the pond, so we all ran to the porch and screamed at the top of our lungs, ‘We won! We just won!’”
On Thursday, a photo from Hunter’s notorious laptop shows him driving the green Corvette Stingray that is housed in the garage were five classified documents were found in the Delaware residence.
Donald Trump Jr. called out Hunter for claiming that he paid nearly $50,000 in monthly rent to to the President to live at the same Wilmington address, which he also wrote a in background screening test that he owned.
“How many homes in Joe Biden’s home town in Delaware rent for $50,000.00 A MONTH??? I’ll go out on a limb and say the answer is ZERO!” Trump Jr. tweeted at the beginning of the week.
“Definitely not a kick back, the 10% for the big guy [Biden], or another form of fraud folks. I’m sure it’s as legit as all of Hunter’s other dealings!”
Trump Jr. pulled a real estate listing from a comparable house in the same area to highlight that Hunter’s “rent” was highly inflated.
“That’s the most expensive home I could find for rent currently on Compass in Wilmington. $4500 a month,” he wrote.
“You’re telling me that “humble public servant” Joe’s house is worth 11 times more than this and it’s not a scam??? C’mon man!”
Biden made $230,000 a year while serving as President Barack Obama’s Vice President, but his net worth skyrocketed post-public service.
The Biden’s earned $15 million from book deals and speaking engagements between 2017 and 2019.
“As a Real Estate guy I am truly amazed that I missed the arbitrage opportunity in Delaware real estate where annual rental income could almost equal the entire value of the property,” Trump Jr. continued.
“If this is consistent folks every should be buying. It’s almost like it’s too good to be true?”
Biden told reporters on Thursday, that he has “no regrets” about concealing the discovery of 10 classified records, some that were marked “top secret,” in his former office at the Penn Biden Center in Washington on Nov. 2.
“Look, as we found — we found a handful of documents that were failed, were filed in the wrong place. We immediately turned them over to the [National] Archives and the Justice Department,” he began.
“We’re fully cooperating and looking forward to getting this resolved quickly, I think you’re gonna find there’s nothing there.”
“I have no regrets. I’m following what the lawyers have told me they want me to do. That’s exactly what we’re doing. There’s no there there. Thank you,” Biden concluded.
“The next question a so called ‘journalist’ should ask Joe Biden should be: ‘Have you ever collected rent from your son Hunter and if so how much did you collect?’” Trump Jr. sniped.
“Of course, none of the media will actually ask this question which proves they are not in fact journalists.”
A Tuesday report from Breitbart revealed that the $49,910 rent Hunter listed on the background check form, is exactly the same amount that he and his Chinese business partners paid as a security deposit for a lease at a Washington, D.C., office complex.
A series of emails between the general manager of the complex and and Hunter, which originated on his infamous laptop, detailed that office building would return his nearly $50,000 security deposit at the end of 2017, after his business deal with CEFC China Energy didn’t come to fruition.
“If you are willing to terminate the lease of #507 – the owners are willing to let you out of the lease as of December 31, 2017,” general manager Cecilia Browning wrote in an email.
“Please note that there is a security deposit paid by you of $49,910 which will be returned within 15 days after the termination of the lease (after inspection of normal wear and tear).”
After a series of unanswered emails from Browning, Hunter’s assistant Katie Dodge finally confirmed in that they wanted out of the lease by the end of Feb. 2018.
“Yes, we are confirming that Hunter would like to terminate the lease and exit the unit at the end of February (Feb 28) and that the security deposit will cover the remaining rent less,” Dodge replied.
“We will pay you the few thousand more for any damage. You can let me know what that amount will be.”
According to whistleblower Tony Bobulinski, Hunter negotiated an arrangement that would allow President Biden to collect a ten percent equity stake in the joint business venture between the Biden family and CEFC, before the deal fell apart.