Hunter’s Business Associates Regularly Visited the White House

While Hunter Biden’s dad served as vice president under Barack Obama, four business acquaintances, a vice president, and two staff members from his now-defunct company made an excess of 80 trips to the White House, Fox News Digital has discovered.

Biden Claims Ignorance

While the first son and his entire family are the subjects of concurrent criminal and congressional inquiries, President Biden stated time and time again that he was unaware of Hunter’s business transactions.

Yet, based on visitor logs examined by Fox News Digital, Joan Mayer, who claims to have worked as the vice president of Hunter’s investment company from 2008 to 2017, logged a minimum of 17 trips to the White House throughout that period.

Mayer encountered Danielle Borrin, a then-Biden adviser, for a vice presidential meeting in October 2009.

A little over 30 days later, she visited the West Wing with Nancy Orloff, who was Biden’s assistant. Based on the records, she visited Kellen Suber, another senior assistant to Vice President Biden, in the West Wing in July 2013.

Based on visitor records, Mayer went to holiday parties at the vice president’s Number One Observatory Circle in 2013 and 2014. She also went to the vice president’s home for a Jewish community event in September 2015.

In June 2016, she had a meeting at the vice president’s official workplace, the Eisenhower Executive Office Building (EEOB), alongside Kaitlyn Demers, who was working there as an associate.

Multiple Visits

The visitor records show that Anne Marie Person, a different former Hunter Biden associate, frequented the Obama White House. She did this more than five times, prior to departing from the company in 2014 to work for then-Vice President Biden.

Another of these meetings involved an April 2014 appointment with Kathy Chung, a previous Biden staffer who is now the Pentagon’s deputy director of the procedure. It was probably for a discussion before she started working there.

This article appeared in The Patriot Brief and has been published here with permission.