The recent revelation that Hunter Biden’s China-linked company paid $50,000 in rent for the house that Joe Biden was living in when classified documents were discovered has raised eyebrows and questions.
The expense reports, obtained by the conservative political group America Rising Squared, show that the company, called E.X.C. LLC, paid $50,000 in rent for the house in Wilmington, Delaware, where Joe Biden was living in 2019. The documents also show that the company paid for at least $20,000 in other expenses related to the house.
The discovery of the expense reports has raised questions about the nature of the relationship between Joe Biden and his son’s company. It is not clear whether Joe Biden was aware of the payments or if he received any benefit from them.
The documents also show that E.X.C. LLC was registered in the British Virgin Islands, a known tax haven. The company was founded in 2017 and was dissolved in 2019. It is not known who the company’s owners were or what the company did.
The Biden campaign has not commented on the expense reports. However, a spokesman for the campaign has said that Joe Biden “has been transparent about his finances and has disclosed all of his financial interests.”
The discovery of the expense reports has raised questions about whether E.X.C. LLC was used to funnel money to Joe Biden’s family. It is also unclear why the company was paying such a large amount of money in rent for the house where Joe Biden was living.
While the expense reports do not provide any definitive answers, they do raise questions about the relationship between Joe Biden and his son’s company. It is important for the public to have a full understanding of the situation so that they can make an informed decision about the presidential election.