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Biden received a $200,000 check from brother James

James Biden had traded on the Biden name to get the loan from a struggling hospital chain and sent it right to his brother Joe. Shady dealings here.


According to the New York Post:

President Biden received a $200,000 check in 2018 from his younger brother James on the same day that he received the same amount from a US hospital chain by promising to secure a Mideast investor, bank records obtained by Congress show.

Comer said that James Biden wrote the check to his powerful brother as a “loan repayment,” without providing further context.

“Even if this was a personal loan repayment, it’s still troubling that Joe Biden’s ability to be paid back by his brother depended on the success of his family’s shady financial dealings,” the chairman said . . .

The transfer to Joe Biden, who was not in elected office at the time, could be the strongest evidence to date that the 80-year-old president benefited financially from his involvement in his relatives’ business dealings, including in foreign countries.

Biden claimed in 2019 while a presidential candidate that he had “never discussed with my son, or my brother … anything having to do with their businesses,” but significant evidence has since emerged that he regularly interacted with his relatives’ partners from countries such as China and Ukraine.

3 thoughts on “Biden received a $200,000 check from brother James”

  1. Read yesterday that “poor” Slo-Joe paid nearly 2.75 million in cash for the Rehoboth beach house in 2017. This happened shortly after Hunter’s phone call with the Chinese oil man where he stated his Dad was sitting next to him, etc.

  2. Waiting to see the loan documentation, I’m thinking someone in the Whitehouse is typing that up as we read this. But HEY! New news, we have another war to finance, this time in Israel. How about that.

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