Biden Used Private Email With Hunter Biden Business Partner

President Joe Biden allegedly used an alias to communicate with his son Hunter’s business partner, Eric Schwerin. The revelation comes after it was revealed that as vice president, Biden sent similar private emails to his son Hunter.

According to information released by the House Ways & Means Committee, Biden used aliases to correspond with Eric Schwerin, a business partner of his son.

The information was made available by data supplied by IRS whistleblowers who testified before Congress earlier this year.

In total, Biden sent and received 327 emails from his son and Schwerin between 2010 and 2019. This includes 54 conversations strictly between the president and Schwerin. In a statement, the committee described Schwerin as the “architect of the Biden family’s shell companies.”

Earlier records revealed by the House Oversight Committee showed the initial emails Biden sent to his son under aliases including Robert Peters and Robin Ware. Biden likely sent and received 82,000 emails from aliases.

While investigators determined the existence of the emails, the contents were not available through government records. The exact details could require the execution of a search warrant.

In particular, Biden and Schwerin wrote to each other around the times the then-vice president traveled to Ukraine. These exchanges occurred around the time that Hunter Biden served on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company. The position paid Hunter Biden $1 million per year and came despite his lack of energy sector experience.

As vice president, Biden successfully pressured the Ukrainian government to fire prosecutor Viktor Shokin, who was investigating Burisma.

House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO) said that the information regarding the Ukraine trips show that Biden “was emailing his son and his son’s business partner from private email accounts using aliases while vice president.”

House Republicans increased pressure on the Biden family amid their investigation. The House Oversight Committee issued subpoenas to both Hunter and James Biden, brother of the president.

Hunter Biden’s legal team argued that their client would only testify in a public session.

James Biden’s attorney replied that his client would not attend a hearing this week.