Biden Took His Son To How Many Countries?

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( – Hunter Biden had traveled along with his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden to at least 13 countries. At the time he was leading Rosemont Seneca Partners with co-founders Biden, Christopher Heinz, and Devon Archer in 2009.

According to a Fox News Digital review which was aired on “Jesse Watters Primetime” video footage, records from the Secret Service and messages from Hunter’s infamous abandoned laptop show that the three co-founders had often joined Joe Biden in many official trips to Central America, Africa, Asia, and Europe.

In April of 2010, Hunter and Mark Doyle, his business associate who was a registered foreign agent in Serbia suggested a meeting with Serbian state officials. In the message, Hunter Biden had stated that he would “catch a ride” with his father who would be on an official trip to Spain and Belgium at the same time.

In the email to Doyle, Hunter Biden suggested that they could have the meeting on May 10th so that he could travel to Europe with his father and then continue on to Serbia on his own.

In June 2010, Hunter Biden also joined his father during a trip to South Africa, Egypt, and Kenya. During that trip, Hunter had sent emails to Chris Buccini, another of his business associates informing him about the itinerary for the trip and asking whether the two would be in any of the countries at the same time. However, the two did not manage to meet at the time.

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