Joe Biden’s younger brother, Frank Biden, would repeatedly halt business meetings in order to take calls from “the big guy” while his brother was serving as vice president, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The White House has long claimed that President Biden had no involvement in his son’s business dealings.
Matthew Brady, who worked at the Federal Signal Corp. as a vice president and later a president of safety and security between 2006 and 2017, alleged that Frank Biden, 69, would halt meetings on multiple occasions. “I’ve got to put you on hold, the big guy is calling me,” the president’s youngest brother would reportedly say.
“I thought, ‘OK, great, your brother is the vice president,’” Brady told the Wall Street Journal in reference to the interactions.
In addition to Frank Biden, two of Hunter Biden’s former business associates have also referred to Joe Biden as “the big guy.” Devon Archer — the First Son’s main business partner — testified that Hunter would refer to his father as “my guy.”
An FD-1023 file compiled by a “highly credible” FBI source also identified Joe Biden as “the big guy.”
Frank Biden was also not the only Biden family