Hallie is unmasked as the mystery THIRD Biden family member to receive China cash: Top Republican reveals Beau’s widow and Hunter’s ex got $35,000 in 2017 from $3M deal made by Hunter’s associate
Hallie Biden (pictured right) received a cut of $3 million in cash from China sent through an associate of Hunter, according to Republicans who released information from subpoenaed bank records. Beau Biden’s widow was identified on Thursday as the third member of the first family wrapped up in Rep. James Comer’s investigation into allegations they used their names to profit on business deals around the world.
In a memo seen by DailyMail.com, Hallie received $35,000 in two transfers in March from Biden family associate John ‘Rob’ Walker, after he received a $3 million wire from the Chinese State Energy HK Limited, a firm affiliated with CEFC China Energy.
Walker (pictured) then shared $1.3 million with four Biden family members – including Hallie – and the company of another businessman associated with the family, James Gilliar. Hunter Biden and Joe’s brother Jim were the others to get a cut of the cash. The White House hit back in a blistering statement that called the focus on Hunter Biden’s widow ‘bizarre.’ Hallie, who had dinner with Joe in Delaware on Friday, was married to Beau until his cancer death in 2015 and then had a relationship with Hunter from March 2017 until 2019. The bombshell memo shows Republicans are expanding their investigation into whether the Biden family used their names to cash in on ventures across the globe.
The GOP is also investigating what, if any, services Walker or the family members provided to receive the cash from China. In the memo DailyMail.com obtained, Comer asked ‘why Hallie Biden—publicly reported to work as a school counselor—received money from Rob Walker, the account holder who got the initial deposit from the Chinese firm. He also took a shot at ranking member Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.), who accused him of running a ‘dragnet’ for personal financial information on Walker, a former Hunter associate who also goes by John R. Walker, accusing him of putting out ‘disinformation.’ ‘Ranking Member Jamie Raskin mischaracterized the substance of the bank records by referencing payments related to Mr. Walker’s miscellaneous purchases such as “Papa John’s” and “coffee at Starbucks,”‘ he wrote, referencing a blistering memo by Raskin blasting the probe as strictly political.
‘Rep. Raskin omitted material facts that Robinson Walker, LLC received a $3 million wire from a Chinese company in March 2017—less than two months after Vice President Joe Biden left public office—and that Mr. Walker then transferred over a million dollars to various bank accounts associated with the Bidens in the following months,’ he wrote. The White House has repeatedly denied President Biden knowing family members’ business dealings. He frequently continues to socialize with family members, traveling with Natalie Biden – Hallie and Beau’s daughter – to the West Coast this week, and dining at Hallie Biden’s home in Delaware last week, according to a pool report filed by a reporter traveling with the president. White House spokesman Ian Sams accused Comer of cruelly going after Biden’s son and and his late son’s widow.
‘After a disgusting attack lamenting that the President’s deceased son Beau was never prosecuted while he was alive, Congressman Comer has now decided to go after Beau’s widow,’ Sams told DailyMail.com in a statement. ‘Instead of bizarrely attacking the President’s family, perhaps House Republicans should focus on working with the President to deliver results for American families on important priorities like lowering costs and strengthening health care.’ The transactions cited by Comer are from 2017, after Beau’s death when Hallie Biden and Hunter Biden were romantically involved. The memo also references Biden associate James Giliar.
‘After the Chinese company wired Robinson Walker, LLC the $3 million, the Biden family received approximately $1,065,692 over a three-month period in different bank accounts. Notably, EEIG, James Gilliar’s affiliated company, received almost the exact same amount— $1,065,000—on March 2, 2017.’ DailyMail.com has reached out to the White House seeking comment on Comer’s revelations, which follow a series of appearances on Fox News, Comer (pictured right) says he issued the subpoena on Feb. 27. He writes that it was in pursuit of ‘legislative solutions’ – a statement that recalls the court fight over Democratic efforts to claw tax information about President Donald Trump. They argued before the judge that it was part of their legislative purpose, and Treasury agreed to Monday’s request.
Want more stories like this from the Daily Mail? Visit our profile page here and hit the follow button above for more of the news you need.