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 February 17, 2023

James Biden struck massive $140 million Saudi deal in 2012 because of his last name

Members of President Joe Biden's family learned a long time ago that selling the last name would be a lucrative gig. 

According to Breitbart, court documents proved once again that the Biden family, including brother James Biden, learned how to trade influence to close major deals across the world, including a deal with the Saudis to the tune of $140 million.

The outlet noted: "James Biden secretly negotiated a $140 million settlement deal in 2012 between a U.S. company and the Saudi Arabian government due to his relationship with then-Vice President Joe Biden, court documents reveal."

As was promised to the American people during the 2022 midterm campaign season, Republicans are set to open multiple investigations into the Biden family and how it allegedly used influence peddling to seal massive, lucrative deals all over the world, even with some of America's top adversaries.

House Oversight Committee James Comer (R-KY) said this week that he has the court documents to prove James Biden's secret 2012 deal with the Saudis using his name recognition as a closer.

Breitbart added:

In 2011, upon the Saudi’s refusal to pay $140 million to a U.S. construction company Hill International, James Biden was brought in to negotiate the settlement deal between the U.S. company and the Saudi government because the Saudis “would not dare stiff the brother of the Vice-President who would be instrumental to the deal,” affidavits reported by the Daily Mail show.

"[James Biden] stated that he was often sent to meetings to represent Hill because ‘of course, the name didn’t hurt,'" court documents read.

“I asked specifically if he [James Biden] had attended a meeting with the Saudi Ministry of Trade in mid-February 2012 to receive the final payment for the work Hill had performed,” court documents said. “He answered that, to the best of his memory, he had been at such a meeting, and that the reason he had attended was ‘because of his position and relationship’ with his brother.”

Of course, the claims that James Biden leaned heavily on his name to negotiate the settlement have been denied.

President Joe Biden has, on multiple occasions, denied that he has any knowledge of his son, Hunter Biden's, business dealings abroad.

As we've all seen, Hunter Biden's infamous "laptop from hell" proves otherwise, as there are multiple references to his father, the "big guy," and how much he might have made on the deals.

Hopefully, House Republicans fulfill their vows to get to the very bottom of the potential rampant corruption that has been a cornerstone of the Biden family for decades.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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