Ron Klain to Hunter Biden: ‘Keep this low low key’

The corruption in this administration runs from the top to the very bottom.

The latest possible culprit is Biden Chief of Staff Ron Klain.

In the treasure trove of emails that have been uncovered, one has some rather interesting communications between Hunter Biden and Ron Klain regarding fundraising for a VP foundation.

Keep It on the Down Low

If something is on the up and up, why would you need to hide it?

That is the question everyone is asking today regarding communications between Klain and Hunter Biden.

In September 2012, Klain was locking down donations for the Vice President’s Residence Foundation (VPRF).

Klain, while having already left the Obama administration, was still serving as the foundation’s chair.

The foundation serves to keep furnishings and such updated in the VP’s residence.

Klain needed a donation to ensure the foundation kept its charity status, so he wanted Hunter to lock down the funds.

He wrote to Hunter, “It’s not much – we need to raise a total of $20,000 – so I’m hitting up a few very close friends on a very confidential basis to write checks of $2,000 each.

“We need to keep this low low key, because raising money for the Residence now is bad PR – but it has to be done, so I’m trying to just collect the 10 checks of $2,000, get it done in a week, and then, we can do an event for the Residence Foundation after the election.”

Hunter forwarded the email to one of his business partners, who responded that they could “discuss this and some other bills on Monday.”

When the White House was asked for a comment to clarify these communications, no comment was given.

Source: Fox News


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