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A new book on President is verifying that at least some of the information found on a laptop allegedly belonging to is real – months after incriminating emails regarding Hunter’s dealings with were examined in a DailyMail.com investigation. 

Materials that were confirmed as real include an infamous 2015 email from Ukrainian businessman Vadym Pozharskyi thanking Hunter for the chance to meet his father, then only Vice President Biden. 

Someone with independent access to Hunter’s emails confirmed he received the message.

The book ‘The Bidens: Inside the First Family’s Fifty-Year Rise to Power’ by Politico’s Ben Schreckinger, released on Tuesday, documents the Biden family’s decades-long political life.

It also confirms the validity of a 2017 email between Hunter and фильмы 2022 года онлайн his business partners.

Someone with independent access to Hunter Biden's emails confirmed he received a 2015 message from a businessman with Ukrainian energy company Burisma thanking him for setting up a meeting with then-Vice President Joe Biden

Someone with independent access to Hunter Biden’s emails confirmed he received a 2015 message from a businessman with Ukrainian energy company Burisma thanking him for setting up a meeting with then-Vice President Joe Biden

In a multi-million-dollar deal with Chinese oil giant CEFC, consultant James Gilliar set out potential terms of the deal and listed ’10 held by H for the big guy?’

The mysterious phrase from the May 2017 message, examined by DailyMail.com in July, has been interpreted as a proposal for Hunter to hold 10 percent of the shares in the joint venture on behalf of his father, who is referred to as ‘the big guy’ in several other emails on the laptop. 

Sources cited in a new book on the Biden family confirmed the validity of some items found on a laptop allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden

Sources cited in a new book on the Biden family confirmed the validity of some items found on a laptop allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden

Biden denied the interpretation at the time.

 A source who spoke with the book’s author said they had seen both emails but couldn’t verify whether they were word-for-word identical. 

The leaked cache from the emails was matched to em

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    Vadym Pozharskyi, an executive at now-infamous Ukrainian energy firm Burisma where Hunter was a board member, wrote an email the day after thanking Hunter for the 'opportunity to meet your father'

    Vadym Pozharskyi, an executive at now-infamous Ukrainian energy firm Burisma where Hunter was a board member, wrote an email the day after thanking Hunter for the ‘opportunity to meet your father’

    An article from the New York Post detailing allegations stemming from the digital files was subsequently blocked from being shared on Twitter and got the outlet’s account temporarily suspended. 

    Twitter has since expressed regret for the move. 

    Biden’s campaign blasted the report in June, and said a records search indicated no such meeting occurred. 

    Other items on the laptop include lewd images of Hunter without clothing smoking cigarettes and other things

    Other items on the laptop include lewd images of Hunter without clothing smoking cigarettes and other things

    But Biden did make an unscheduled stop at a private restaurant dinner in April 2015 where Hunter was hosting someone from Burisma, according to a fact check from October.

    The Politico report also notes that while the files are genuine, it’s still possible they may have been tampered with using fake material.

    But the revelations seemingly undercut Biden’s repeat denials on the campaign trail and in the White House that he never discussed his son’s foreign business dealings.

    Other contents found on the laptop, which had been left at a repair shop in Delaware, include images of Hunter Biden without clothing, smoking cigarettes and what appears to be a crack pipe.

    It also contained lewd footage of someone who appears to be Hunter taking part in sexual acts with unnamed women. 

    Other emails allegedly uncovered on the laptop detailed plans for President Biden to join a law and consultancy firm with his two sons in 2014.

    Beau Biden died in 2015 after a battle with brain cancer.

    Hunter had discussed the proposed firm in a November 2014 email with his business partner and Biden family friend Jeff Cooper, a lawyer and entrepreneur. 

    Had Beau not passed away, the emails suggest that Joe Biden might have quit politics and entered the DC ‘swamp’ of politically-tied lawyers and highly-paid consultants and lobbyists – a world he has decried in speeches. 

    Hunter discussed his proposed new Biden family company in an email with Cooper dated November 20, 2014, with the title ‘Firm’.

    He set out ‘ball park’ annual overheads for the consultancy shop totaling $1.2 million including a $500,000 salary for his brother Beau.

    His other estimates included $250,000 for a senior attorney, $175,000 for a junior attorney, $65,000 for an administrative assistant and $20,000 per month for ‘office and other expenses’.

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