Congressional investigators reveal evidence suggesting Hunter Biden potentially compromised by China that has never been made public before.
The Senate Judiciary Committee announced Tuesday morning they had obtained records from state and federal law enforcement agencies that showed that Hunter Biden may have breached federal laws with his family’s ties to China.
The committee said it will be submitting information to the Justice Department regarding the investigation at a later date.
The committee found that the vice president’s son has been associated with China for “longer than any other current vice president or presidential son or daughter.”
Hunter Biden is a board member at China-sponsored business ventures, and was on at least one of those business ventures for 20 years, according to the report.
The probe also found that Hunter Biden met with Chinese leaders between 2014 and 2016, but did so without Hunter. He also received a Chinese passport which contained a counterfeit or altered seal, according to the report.
“In addition, the Biden surname itself—which appears in the Chinese version of his name—is of unknown origin but may have been in some manner acquired or altered after the elder Biden’s birth,” the report said.
“According to two records and a source familiar with Hunter Biden’s business practice, Hunter Biden, a board member of a Chinese-owned company that deals in commodities, acquired his namesake business at the same time he traveled in China with his father,” the committee detailed in a report.
“The records indicate that the company was incorporated in Delaware, but the records are vague concerning when the Biden name was added to the business,” the report continued.
Hunter Biden’s business partner, the committee noted, is believed to be his father’s business partner.
Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner had business experience on Wall Street even before he joined the White House, the committee found.
“According to a White House official familiar with the Biden family’s dealings, Hunter Biden’s business venture was the first of three businesses Kushner began in 2009 when he joined a New Jersey hedge fund