Hunter Biden: His money is ‘all gone,’ seeks dad’s help

Hunter Biden: His money is ‘all gone,’ seeks dad’s help

Texts Reveal, ‘Can’t pay alimony’


Hunter Biden told his uncle James in December 2018 that he had run out of money and needed financial assistance from his father, according to new text messages revealed in IRS whistleblower documents.

The now-first son told James Biden that the millions of dollars he’d scored from his business deals abroad was “all gone” and he could no longer afford school tuition for his three daughters or even basic living expenses.

“I can work when I’m in NYC all day every day for the next 3 months,” Hunter said in the Dec. 29, 2018, message to his uncle.

“But I can’t pay alimony w/o Dad or tuitions or for food and gas. Really it’s all gone.”

“I can go make it up in 15/20 days I’m sure, but he’s basically made it clear that he’s not paying alimony b/c Mom made clear that she won’t do it,” he added.

Hunter also said he was moving into his dad’s Delaware mansion after the collapse of his relationship with his sister-in-law-turned-lover Hallie Biden.

“Hallie won’t allow me to be at the house or lend me or pay me back any money,” Hunter went on. “Ashley moves into momoms [sic] house after I told dad that I would move in there. … That night I tell dad I want to probably stay in the areaand [sic] specifically I wanted to live by you and teach my course at Penn and maybe develop another one.”

New text message released by the House Ways and Means committee show that Hunter Biden sought his father's financial help in 2018.
New text messages released by the House Ways and Means Committee show that Hunter Biden sought his father’s financial help in 2018. AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File
The text messages were part of documents from IRS whistleblowers who were investigating Hunter Biden.
The text messages were part of documents from IRS whistleblowers who were investigating Hunter Biden. GOP House Ways and Means. 

James Biden told Hunter that he thought the new arrangement would suffice with just a little further “help” from the former vice president.

“This can work, you need a safe harbor. I can work with you father alone !!” he responded. “We as usual just need several months of his help for this to work. Let’s talk about it. It makes perfect sense to me. This is difficult to fully vet without talking.”

The exchange was part of a trove of documents released by the House Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday, implicating the 53-year-old Hunter in various influence-peddling schemes while landing business deals with foreign entities.


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