Hunter Biden Emails Expose Ex-FBI Director Giving $100K to Joe Biden Grandkid's Trust as He Sought Future Work
Newly surfaced messages from Hunter Biden emails reveal that former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director Louis Freeh gave a $100,000 trust for the grandchildren of President Joe Biden.
The former FBI director allegedly made the financial contribution to the family of Biden in 2016. Joe Biden was still vice president at the time.
Freeh reportedly sent the emails to presidential son Hunter Biden, expressing his interest in working with Hunter and his father, Joe Biden, The Blaze reported.
Based on the leaked emails from Hunter Biden's laptop published by the Daily Mail on Thursday, Louis Freeh told Hunter Biden that he made a $100,000 donation to a private trust for two grandchildren of Joe Biden.
"As you know, our family foundation made a $100K contribution to Hallie's children's trust last year," Freeh said in an April 24, 2017 email to Hunter Biden.
But he said his accountants advised him that since the grant did not proceed to a charity organization, it was not a proper foundation gift. Freeh then noted that they have been in touch with the IRS and PWC to correct the situation.
Louis Freeh promised that he would be making a new $100,000 gift to the trust of Haley, and the trust of Hallie will reimburse the foundation by paying it $100,000. He asked for an apology about the matter and told Hunter to send his regards not only to Hallie but also to "Dad and Mom."
Freeh's generous gift was sent to the two kids of Hallie Biden, the widow of the president's late son, Beau. Hallie later became Hunter's lover.
In his reply to the former FBI director, Hunter thanked Freeh and said that there's no problem with the recall. Hunter also said that he hopes to speak with Freeh soon.
More About Hunter Biden Emails
Aside from the latest revelation, Daily Mail published numerous communications between Hunter and the ex-FBI director dating back to mid-2016.
Louis Freeh allegedly emailed Hunter on July 8, 2016, marked as "confidential and privileged," which stated that the former FBI director told the son of the then-vice president that he would be delighted in doing work with him in the future.
Freeh also reportedly said that he was able to speak with Joe Biden "a few weeks ago and would like to explore with him some future work options."
In the Hunter Biden emails, Louis Freeh also wrote that he believes that working together in numerous matters with the Bidens "would be of value, fun, and rewarding."
The communication between Freeh and Hunter did not stop there as the former FBI director continue to make overtures to the Bidens for business deals.
Aside from being the FBI director in the past administrations under presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, Freeh was also a former federal judge, New York Post reported.
At the time of the emails, Louis Freeh is running a consulting firm representing three wealthy individuals who were all later convicted due to charges linked to corruption.
The emails between Hunter and Freeh were stored on a water-damaged laptop computer, which was dropped off in 2019 at a repair shop in Wilmington, Delaware, but was never retrieved. The FBI reportedly seized the laptop as part of what Hunter's described as "my tax affairs" probe.
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