Hunter Biden’s Reach in the White House

Dozens of current and former White House and Biden administration officials, including President Joe Biden’s national security adviser have extensive ties to Hunter Biden, son of the President and accused by Republicans of selling access to his father.

The ties date back over a decade and came under the spotlight after Hunter Biden was recently charged with two alleged misdemeanor tax violations and a felony gun charge, for which he has pleaded guilty and is expected to avoid jail time.

Fox News Digital has revealed the extent of Hunter’s potential reach in the White House, highlighting 11 officials past and present, and the connections they share with Hunter. They range from the Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who held a meeting with Hunter at the State Department in 2015, to Anne Marie Muldoon, an assistant for the President when he was Vice President, who invited Hunter to a meeting.

Hunter has ties to Sullivan, acting as a board member of the Truman National Security Project between 2017 and early 2019. Sullivan was recently accused by former White House official Mike McCormick of being a “conspirator” in the Biden family’s “kickback scheme” in Ukraine when Biden was Vice President, but Sullivan has denied the allegation.

When Blinken was the Deputy Secretary of State emails from Hunter’s laptop showed the two had ties to one another, and Blinken’s wife Evan Ryan was also in communication with him and his longtime business partner Eric Schwerin.

Antony Blinken emails with Hunter Biden on May 22, 2015. (Fox News)
“You will love this,” Antony Blinken wrote to Hunter Biden on July 22, 2015, “after you left, Marjorie, the wonderful african american woman who sits in my outer office (and used to be Colin Powell’s assistant) said to me: ‘He sure is pleasant on the eyes.’ Tell you wife. Tony.” (Fox News)

White House Chief of Staff Jeff Zients also met Hunter multiple times in 2016, while he was Vice President, Kathy Chung who currently serves as the Pentagon’s deputy director of protocol, communicated frequently with Hunter while working as an executive assistant during the Obama-Biden administration. Emails suggest Hunter recommended Chung for the position.

Hunter Biden’s business partner Joan Meyer sends him his schedule on Feb. 23. (Fox News)

Ron Klain, who served as Vice President Biden’s Chief of Staff until 2011, reached out to Hunter for help raising $20,000 for the Vice President’s Residence Foundation. While it is unclear what the outcome was, Hunter forwarded the email to his financial manager.

Elizabeth Alexander, Communications Director for the first lady, has ties to Hunter having reached out in 2014 to praise him for his statement regarding his cocaine use. Alexander is married to David Wade, a former State Department staffer who offered communications consulting services to Hunter’s firm Rosemont Seneca Partners.

Annie Tomasini, current director of Oval Office operations, speaks to Hunter in emails like brother and sister and kept him informed on a position with Harvard University which she took in 2010.

Michael Donilon, a senior adviser to President Biden and his chief campaign strategist, was on dozens of emails with Hunter and other members of Biden’s inner circle, including Steve Ricchetti, a current White House Counselor, who at one point made a call to the former CIA Deputy director inquiring of a letter signed by intelligence officials claiming Hunter’s abandoned laptop was part of a Russian disinformation campaign.

Louisa Terrell, the current assistant to the president and director of the Office of Legislative Affairs, communicated with Hunter dozens of times in the Obama-Biden administration.

The White House, Biden’s campaign, and Hunter Biden’s lawyer have not responded to Fox News Digital’s requests for comment.

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