According to a brand new report, while Joe Biden was vice president, a long-time, close business partner of Hunter visited the White House several times.
According to the visitor logs from the Obama White House, in 2010, Schwerin – president of Rosemont Seneca investment company – met with then-Vice Pres. Biden.
Hunter Biden, Christopher Heinz, and Devon Archer established Rosemont Seneca in 2009. Hunter Biden is the son of then US Vice Pres. Joe Biden and Heinz is the stepson of former US Sec. of State John Kerry. Devon Archer was a Yale University classmate of Chris Heinz. Rosemont Seneca has done a lot of business in China.
“On November 17, 2010, Schwerin met with then-Vice Pres. Biden in the White House when he was the president of Rosemont Seneca Partners,” according to The New York Post.
“The documents indicate that Schwerin met with various key Biden advisors at crucial stages in Hunter’s life when he was making multi-million dollar agreements in foreign nations, including China,” the report concluded.
Fox News reported: “Emails from Hunter’s discarded laptop reveal a series of communications between Hunter and his partners in Rosemont Seneca’s partnership with Chinese investment firms BHR and Bohai Capital.” Schwerin wrote to CEO Jonathan Li of BHR in February 2017, saying: “Li previously sent Hunter his son’s employment resume with a list of schools he planned to apply to. It is uncertain if Li’s son was accepted to Brown University or whether he was enrolled there.”
According to the NY Post, Schwerin “made at least 19 trips to the White House and other government locations from 2009-2015.”
According to Obama White House records, the president named Eric D. Schwerin as a part of the Commission for the Preservation of the United States Heritage Abroad on March 10, 2015. The U.S. Commission has recorded Schwerin’s membership, which was started on Feb. 1, 2017.
Rosemont Seneca Partners, LLC is a “Founding Partner and Managing Director,” according to the Obama administration, which noted that Schwerin has been with Rosemont Seneca since 2008.
Rosemont Seneca’s executives Archer and Heinz have both been recorded as visiting the White House for a “group tour” and “holiday reception” in 2009 and 2011, respectively.