Hunter Received ‘Pay-for-Play’ Contract Days before VP Joe Biden Withheld U.S Aid from Ukraine in 2015, Emails Show

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Smoking gun emails have emerged that show Hunter Biden received a lucrative contract just days before his then-vice president father traveled to Ukraine and withheld U.S. aid from the government in 2015.

Joe Biden infamously bragged about his “$1 billion loan guarantee” quid-pro-quo meeting that took place in December 2015 in Ukraine.

Years later, during a Council on Foreign Relations panel, Biden boasted to an audience about getting the prosecutor investigating Burisma, Viktor Shokin, fired.

Shokin was fired shortly after Hunter Biden joined Burisma, a notoriously corrupt Ukraine energy company, as a member of the board.

The company paid Hunter $50,000 a month to sit on the board, despite having no experience in the sector and not even being able to speak Ukrainian.

In his boastings, Biden also implicated then-President Barack Obama in that exchange:

“You have no authority…you’re not the President…” Biden said Ukraine government officials responded.

To which Biden smugly replied, “Call him.”

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