By Jim Hoft
Published January 24, 2021 at 7:44pm
Hunter Biden created his CFCE firm shortly after his father was sworn in as Barack Obama’s Vice President :
As the Obama-Biden administration hit the halfway point of its inaugural year, Hunter Biden co-founded Rosemont Seneca Partners, an investment fund, along with Christopher Heinz — the stepson of Obama’s future Secretary of State John Kerry — and Devon Archer, a former Kerry adviser.
Hunter then began doing deals with rogue regimes around the world. In 2015:
Hunter Biden’s relationship to Chinese tycoon Ye Jianming “began to ramp up,” according to a Senate report released in September. Ye, the founder of Chinese energy giant CEFC, served as the nation’s unofficial energy liaison to Russia.
Hunter’s relationship with the China billionaire who led the Chinese company CFCE in the energy business, Ye Jianming, blossomed. Hunter and Jim Biden, Joe Biden’s brother met in New York with Governor Cuomo and Ye in April 2017.
In June 2017 Hunter sent Ye a message:
Hunter Biden made an urgent request to Ye Jianming to wire him $10 million as seed money for a new venture,