Daily Mail: Former FBI Director Freeh Gave $100,000 To Joe Biden’s Grandchildren & Pursued Business Project With Biden Family

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The Daily Mail, in an exclusive report today, said that information they uncovered from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, indicates that former FBI Director Louis Freeh gave $100,000 to a “private trust for Joe Biden’s grandchildren.” The Daily Mail also published images from the emails revealing that information as well as discussions between Hunter Biden and Louis Freeh concerning future business and legal projects” after then Vice-President Biden would no longer be in office.

According to the Daily Mail, “The emails suggest Freeh was trying to establish a future business relationship with Biden – and the White House has failed to disclose to DailyMail.com whether Joe Biden discussed private business with Freeh while in office.”

The 71-year-old, who served as FBI director under Bill Clinton and George Bush, ran a consultancy firm with highly controversial clients including a now-jailed Malaysian prime minister who stole billions of dollars from his country, a Romanian real estate tycoon convicted of bribery, and a French-Israeli diamond magnate later convicted of bribery and a $145 million property graft.

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The Daily Mail also reported that “Freeh, who served as FBI director under Bill Clinton and George Bush, ran a consultancy firm with highly controversial clients.”  Freeh’s clients included the now-jailed Malaysian prime minister who stole billions of dollars from his country and a Romanian real estate tycoon convicted of bribery.

In July of 2016, in an email exchange between Hunter Biden and Freeh, Freeh wrote “I also spoke to Dad a few weeks ago and would like to explore with him some future work options.” Freeh also wrote to Hunter Biden “I believe that working together on these (and other legal) matters would be of value, fun and rewarding.”

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