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Hunter Biden’s $49,910 Rent Matches Chinese Energy Company Deposit

Hunter Biden’s $49,910 Rent Matches Chinese Energy Company Deposit

( – According to emails found on Hunter’s “Laptop from Hell,” Cecilia Browning, the general manager of the House of Sweden office building in Washington, DC, addressed Hunter on October 13, 2017, regarding a residential lease Hunter and his Chinese associates were attempting to terminate.

Browning records that the deposit for the office space was $49,910 and that Hunter would get it back after a lease termination agreement was signed.

In an email to Hunter, Browning stated,

“If you are willing to terminate the lease of #507 – the owners are willing to allow you out of the lease as of December 31, 2017.

Please be aware that the $49,910 security deposit you paid will be refunded within 15 days after the end of the lease (after inspection for reasonable wear and tear).”

According to reports, Hunter asked for the lease to be terminated when his agreement with CEFC China Energy fell through.

According to whistleblower Tony Bobulinski, the Biden family had previously negotiated a deal with CEFC in which President Joe Biden (Big Guy) would acquire a 10% financial part in the joint venture.

A month later, Browning sent Hunter the good news:

“I do have excellent news – I spoke with the main office, and they are willing to allow you out of the lease as of December 31 this year.

To make sure you received the email below and to ask you to confirm so we can create the lease termination documentation, I just wanted to make sure.”

Hunter didn’t seem to reply. On December 14, Browning emailed Hunter a third time to ask for confirmation of the lease:

“Hunter, we haven’t seen you for a while in the building, and I wanted to make sure that you received my emails below – as you can see, I now have the approval to terminate your lease as per our discussion in October (without any penalty) either December 31, 2017, or January 31, 2018 – whatever is more convenient for you. Please confirm so that we can start preparing the lease termination documents.”

On January 22, 2018, Katie Dodge, Hunter’s assistant, finally responded to Browning. Dodge claimed that Hunter had no desire to break the lease.

But on January 30, Dodge verified in an email to Browning that Hunter wanted to break the lease:

“Yes, we are confirming that Hunter would like to terminate the lease and exit the unit at the end of February (February 28) and that the security deposit will cover the remaining rent less. We will pay you the few thousand more for any damage. You can let me know what that amount will be.”

The $49,910 deposit matched the money he listed on a background check form discovered by Miranda Devine of the Washington Post in 2018.

Hunter stated on the application that from March 2017 to February 2018, he paid $49,910 in rent each month. The agreement was reached in July of this year.

The email exchange between Hunter and the House of Sweden did not specify the lease dates.

The background investigation also revealed that Joe Biden’s house in Wilmington, Delaware, where the president kept secret documents alongside his Corvette in the garage, was where Hunter lived.

Hunter additionally selected the box on the application indicating that he was the owner of a “Current Residence.” It’s unclear why Hunter listed his present address as Joe Biden’s home with rent payments or why he mentioned owning a property where he paid rent.

The $49,910 rent sum is far higher than the amount listed on Biden’s taxes. Only $19,800 was reported under “rents received” on Schedule E of Joe Biden’s 2017 tax form. Biden said receiving no rent in 2018.

Something is definitely off with this issue, and it’s time the Biden administration gives the American people the truth.

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