Joe Biden Privately Met With His Son’s Business Partner At White House According to the New York Post, Hunter Biden’s business partner Eric Schwerin made frequent visits to the White House and other official offices during the time Joe Biden was Vice President. And at least one of those visits included a face-to-face meeting with the Big Guy himself.

The Post reviewed White House visitors logs from Obama’s time in office and found that Schwerin’s name appears at least 19 times, including a November 17, 2010 West Wing meeting between Schwerin and then-Vice President Biden when Schwerin was the president of the now-dissolved Rosemont Seneca Partners.

In addition to meeting with the Big Guy, Schwerin met with a variety of close aides to both Joe and then-Second Lady Jill Biden, and always at key moments when Hunter was striking deals in foreign countries, including China.

As you may recall, when he was running for President, Joe Biden repeatedly denied having any involvement in or knowledge of his son’s dirty deals.

He was lying.

Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson, who conducted an investigation into Hunter’s dirty deals in 2020, told the Post that reporters should be asking how someone like Eric Schwerin was given such access to the Vice President’s office. Johnson described Schwerin’s repeated visits as “additional evidence that Joe Biden lied” when he denied knowing anything about Hunter’s dirty deals.

In October 2009, just months after Hunter co-founded Rosemont Seneca, Schwerin visited the Vice President’s offices in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building to meet with Evan Ryan, Biden’s assistant for intergovernmental affairs and public liaison. According to emails from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, Evan Ryan acted as a conduit between the Obama administration and Hunter and his partners.

On August 18, 2011, Vice President Biden traveled to China for three days of meetings with Beijing’s top leaders, including future President Xi Jinping. Four days later, Schwerin was back at the White House meeting with Kellen Suber, Vice President Biden’s executive assistant.

On Tuesday, Fox News reported that White House visitor logs revealed eight additional visits Eric Schwerin made in 2016 to meet with Biden’s chief of staff Steve Ricchetti, bringing the total number of Schwerin’s visits to 27.

During her press briefing on Tuesday, press secretary Jen Psaki refused to discuss the revelations, arguing that Schwerin’s visits were “from more than ten years ago.”