Former head of the FBI donated $100k to President Biden’s grandchildren trust account, for “future work”

Former FBI Director Louis Freeh donated $100,000 to a trust for two of President Biden’s grandchildren in exchange for favor and power, according to emails between himself and Hunter Biden.

The funds were donated in 2016, in order to pursue “some very good and profitable matters” with then-outgoing Vice President Joe Biden.

According to the New York Post, the communique was between Freeh and Hunter Biden,  the latter frequently acting as a middle man for his father. 

“I would be delighted to do future work with you,” Freeh wrote.

The trust fund was set up to help the children of Beau Biden, who died in 2015.

Shortly following the donation, Hunter Biden Hunter Biden referred an infamous Romanian real estate tycoon by the name of Gabriel “Puiu” Popoviciu to Freeh.

“I wanted to thank you again for referring Gabriel to us and we have finalized an attorney letter of engagement with him,” Freeh wrote in a response. “I will meet him in Paris Sunday and then we’ll deploy to Bucharest and get to work.”

In the same response,  Freeh stated that he “had conversations with the head of the FBI’s Criminal Division and there is a sincere Bureau interest in meeting and debriefing Gabriel on other matters he may be willing to discuss.”

It is unknown what involvement the FBI had in the matter. 


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