Hunter Biden owned President Joe Biden's Delaware home in 2018, where the elder Biden was discovered to have stashed classified documents.
This revelation was due to the information found in a document obtained by Miranda Devine of the New York Post on Thursday, according to Breitbart News.
On a document titled "background screening request," Hunter appears to have checked a box indicating that he owned Joe Biden's home in Wilmington, Delaware. The agreement was signed in July of 2018.
Joe Biden left the White House in 2017 and reportedly stored classified documents in his garage, as well as two other locations. According to CNN, the first batch of documents discovered contain information about Ukraine and Iran.
Attorney General Merrick Garland has appointed a special counsel to investigate classified information mishandling.
The Biden family business has done a lot of business in Ukraine. Hunter was paid $83,000 per month in 2017 to serve on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company.
Hunter was appointed to the Burisma board of directors in 2014, despite having no prior experience in the energy sector or in Ukraine.
In 2015, Joe Biden threatened Ukraine with withholding $1 billion if the Ukrainian government did not fire the prosecutor investigating Burisma.
Hunter's salary was cut in half in 2017 when Joe Biden left the White House as Vice President, despite having visited Ukraine six times in seven years.
My Son Hunter, a new film from Breitbart News, is reportedly a a fact-based dramatization of the first son Hunter Biden's life of debauchery and corruption.
Although the film takes some artistic licenses, many scenes depict true accounts of the Biden scion's life; this "True Fact" series will go over those details.
According to Breitbart News, Joe Biden threatened to withhold $1 billion from Ukraine if the Ukrainian government did not fire the prosecutor who was investigating the Ukrainian energy company Burisma, on whose board Hunter Biden served.
In 2015, then-Vice President Biden pressed the Ukrainian government to fire prosecutor Viktor Shokin, who was investigating Burisma Holdings at the time Hunter was being paid more than $80,000 per month to sit on the board. During a 2018 appearance at the Council on Foreign Relations, Biden threatened to withhold US aid in response to the prosecutor's dismissal and boasted about it.
“I said, I’m telling you, you’re not getting the billion dollars. I said, you’re not getting the billion. I’m going to be leaving here in, I think it was about six hours,” Biden told the audience.