According to a bombshell news report, presidential son Hunter Biden reported paying $49,910 in rent every month while living at his parent’s Delaware residence.
A document revealed by the New York Post’s Miranda Devine showed that Hunter claimed to shell out nearly $600,000 for one year of monthly rent payments at the home.
That’s the same residence where classified documents were kept in the garage alongside the president’s vintage Corvette.
President Joe Biden left the White House upon former President Donald Trump’s inauguration in early 2017. It is now known that he stored key classified materials in the garage along with two other locations.
CNN described the materials as concerning Ukraine and Iran.
The newly revealed document, signed in July 2018, recorded that Hunter paid the tidy sum from March 2017 to Feb. 2018. It also showed that he checked the box on the form claiming that he owned the residence, making the reason for rent payments unclear.
How many homes in Joe Biden’s home town in Delaware rent for $50,000.00 A MONTH???
I’ll go out on a limb and say the answer is ZERO!
Definitely not a kick back, the 10% for the big guy, or another form of fraud folks. I’m sure it’s as legit as all of Hunter’s other dealings!
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) January 16, 2023
Tax records for the Biden family for the same period get even more interesting. The president’s 2017 return listed just $19,800 in “rents received.” There was no such listing for 2018.
Fox News Digital reported Friday that Hunter listed his parents’ residence as the billing address for his personal credit card and Apple account for 2018 and 2019, respectively.
The president’s son revealed in a 2019 text message to his daughter that his father got half of his salary. And the residence where the expensive rent was collected is at the center of a firestorm of controversy.
The president on Thursday confirmed that classified documents were found in the same home in the garage — alongside his classic 1967 Corvette. When asked for further details, Biden retorted that his car “is in a locked garage, OK?”
He added that “it’s not like they’re sitting out on the street.”
Whatever the family’s financial arrangements were, paying $50,000 for rent simply to live in his parent’s home raises several interesting questions. It also means that one of the Bidens apparently was not truthful either on financial disclosures or their tax returns.