A new book on President Joe Biden is verifying that at least some of the information found on a laptop allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden is real – months after incriminating emails regarding Hunter’s dealings with Ukraine 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 his business partners.
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.
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 emails released by the Swedish government, Politico reports.
Two additional sources confirmed to the outlet that emails from that cache were genuine.
The 2015 email with Pozharskyi was the subject of an extensive DailyMail.com investigation in May.
In the correspondence obtained by DailyMail.com, Hunter wrote to a friend before a 2015 Washington DC dinner he organized that it was ‘ostensibly to discuss food security’, but was in fact an opportunity to introduce his potential clients and partners to his powerful father.
Pozharskyi emailed Hunter the day after.
‘Dear Hunter, thank you for inviting me to DC and giving an opportunity to meet your father and spent [sic] some time together. It’s realty [sic] an honor and pleasure’, Vadym Pozharskyi wrote on April 17, 2015.
Pozharskyi’s email emerged in October, when the contents of Hunter’s laptop were first leaked by the New York Post.
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.
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