Hunter Biden Also Made $3 Million From Romania In Undisclosed Lobbying Fees

While much of the attention surrounding Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings has focused on lucrative relationships in Ukraine and China, the president’s son also earned significant money from a lesser-known contract in Romania.

  • Then-Vice President Joe Biden was pushing anti-corruption reforms in Romania while his son worked his U.S. government contacts on behalf of his Romanian client, just as he’d pocketed money from his Ukrainian client while his father pushed anti-corruption reforms in Ukraine.
  • And Hunter Biden never disclosed his work as a lobbyist under the Foreign Agents Registration Act in Romania or Ukraine despite meeting with U.S. officials to advocate both for his Romanian client and for Burisma.
  • Gabriel Popoviciu, the Romanian real estate tycoon, enlisted Hunter Biden’s help in 2015 as Popoviciu faced the prospect of jail time and the loss of his business assets over a corruption case.
  • Bank records show that Hunter Biden and his business associates received at least $3 million from Popoviciu between November 2015 and May 2017.
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