Hunter Biden was involved with China's largest private energy company CEFC
He was given equity, ownership of a holding company and huge consulting fees
Hunter was dealing with CEFC chairman Ye Jianming who has since vanished
In one email, Hunter said a lucrative deal would be 'interesting for my family'
A report about the emails did not include response from Biden or others involved
Hunter Biden pursued deals with a major Chinese energy company including one that would be 'interesting for me and my family', new secret emails said to be from the presidential candidate's son claim.
He also struck a deal for $30 million plus bonuses 'based on introductions alone' over three years after his father left office, then was offered a 'much more lasting and lucrative arrangement.'
The son of the Democratic presidential nominee communicated with China's largest private energy company, CEFC, according to the latest trove of messages unearthed by the New York Post from what is said to be Hunter's personal laptop.
The trove of emails have set of a series of political shockwaves including:
The laptop was revealed to include a picture of Hunter with what appears to be a crack pipe, and an 11-minute sex and drug video which is still to be seen; Twitter barred the Trump campaign from its account for trying to share the originally story about Hunter's Ukraine emails amid a mounting row over 'censorship' by it and Facebook; Donald Trump seized on the release - orchestrated by his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani - to call his rival 'a corrupt politician'; Senate Republicans said they will investigate the first tranche of emails, from Hunter's Ukrainian business partners, which appear to show the Burisma energy aide being introduced to Joe Biden when he was vice president; Democrats accusing Giuliani of peddling 'misinformation' and 'parading around with a Russian agent.'
The latest emails, published again early in the morning, focus on Hunter's dealings with Ye Jianming, the former chairman of CEFC in 2017, after his father had left office and when it was thought he would not run in 2020.
Ye has not been seen since he was taken into custody by Chinese authorities in 2018 amid rumored links to the Chinese military and intelligence services.
It was previously known that he gave Hunter a diamond
CEFC went bankrupt earlier this year after it was unable to repay its huge debts after warnings over its lack of transparency and dealings with sanctioned Russian firms.
In one email sent to Hunter in May 2017 titled 'Expectations', details of 'remuneration packages' for six people in a business venture were discussed.
He was identified as the 'chair/vice chair depending on agreement with CEFC', an apparent reference to the now bankrupt Shanghai conglomerate China Energy Co.
Hunter's pay was '850' and the correspondence also noted how he 'has some office expectations he will elaborate'.
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