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Hunter Biden bragged to Devon Archer that Chinese tycoon loved his ‘last name’ and ‘Aryan godlike men’ he showed off


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Hunter Biden told his longtime business partner Devon Archer in 2011 that a Chinese mogul who secured the duo a multimillion-dollar deal loved him for his “last name” and the troupe of “very handsome Aryan godlike men” he brought with him everywhere, emails from the first son’s abandoned laptop reveal.

“Your question- ‘why does Super Chair love me so much?’ is easily answered. It has nothing to do with me and everything to do with my last name,” the younger Biden wrote to Archer in a Sept. 22, 2011, missive about his relationship with Chinese businessman Che Feng.

In an aside, Hunter added, “(and I bring along very handsome Aryan godlike men wherever I go).”

Feng — who was referred to as “The Super Chairman” by both Hunter and Archer — helped Biden’s firm, Rosemont Seneca Partners, and James Bulger’s Thornton Group LLC partner with Jonathan Li’s Bohai Capital and lateral launch Bohai Harvest RST, the emails indicate.

On Monday, Archer told the House Oversight Committee that Joe Biden met with Li for coffee while vice president, and later wrote a college recommendation letter for his daughter.

The email chain began two days earlier, when Bulger’s co-founder Michael Lin forwarded Hunter and Bulger the terms of the joint venture fund.

“Gents, Rock just sent me the translation of the cooperation term sheet (below and attached) about which Jonathan is now talking to SS in HK,” the Lin email reads.

“Jonathan will use this (with blanks filled after confirmation with SS) to discuss with us in DC,” added Lin, who has worked with the State Legislative Leaders Foundation (SLLF), a nonprofit that partners with the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries — which the US government has described as a propaganda group that pushes Chinese Communist Party (CCP) messaging.

Lin also namechecked Feng as playing a key role in securing favorable terms for the deal.

“Good news from Jonathan after his meeting with Super Chairman in [Hong Kong]…We three’s ownership of the fund management co. 20% while Jonathan’s 10%.  (Still very very good for you two and me!),” he wrote.

“Super Chairman went: ‘I’m not being greedy even though I commit US$100 million. Actually I’m planning to give part of the remaining 70% to other Chinese big firms which I’m going to invite to join us, companies like China Investment Corp. or that kind of high power companies.’”

“Good news from Jonathan after his meeting with Super Chairman in [Hong Kong]…We three’s ownership of the fund management co. 20% while Jonathan’s 10%.  (Still very very good for you two and me!),” he wrote.

Hunter forwarded Lin’s email to Archer – and said that the deal seemed like a gold mine.

“I dont believe in lottery tickets anymore, but I do believe in the super chairman,” he gushed.

“I know Michael can be overly optimistic but if we were 20% owners of a CIC super chairman backed fund I think the sky’s the limit.”

“This is smelling more and more real…I do believe in the super chairman as well and i starting to believe this is how things actually do go down on the mainland.  I read the email and will go through the term sheet on my connecting flight,” Archer replied, adding a final: “Wow.”

When Archer questioned why Feng was so generous to Hunter, the latter speculated that his favorable position had everything to do with his hyper-connected father.

Feng, 53, was formerly business partners with Ma Jian, the one-time vice minister of State Security, in charge of China’s equivalent of the KGB.

Hunter later introduced his father, then Vice President Joe Biden, to Li in December 2013 after the Bidens flew to Beijing on Air Force Two.

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