Explosive New Report Shows Hunter Biden Helped Democrat Donor Secure Event at Chinese Embassy in 2011

A new report from Fox News shows that Hunter Biden helped a Democrat donor secure an event at the Chinese embassy in Washington D.C. in 2011.

The dinner with the Chinese Embassy’s minister, Deng Hongbo, on April 28, 2011, was later touted on China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.

Fox News shared a cache of emails that were sent back and forth about the event and Hunter’s role in helping to secure it.

As part of helping to secure the event, Hunter set up former Delaware Democratic Senator Ted Kaufman to speak at the event for a $10,000 fee.

Kaufman was appointed to serve the remainder of Joe Biden’s term after he became Barack Obama’s Vice President.

At that point, Kaufman was out of office, as he only served for a short period between Jan. 2009 and Nov. 2010.

Kaufman had served as an advisor to Joe for much of his political career.

Marvin Lang was the Democrat donor who the dinner was planned for and he ultimately gave Hunter rave reviews on the event.

“Senator Kaufman was excellent, smart, friendly and very understanding of the political process. Plus, he is nice, considerate man and deeply cares for your family. Thank you again for suggesting the Senator as a guest speaker,” Lang told Hunter in an email following the event.