New Email: Joe Biden Flew to Ukraine After Burisma Exec Asked Hunter for 'Help'
Tucker Carlson reveals details on latest bombshell Hunter Biden email leaks
The latest bombshell email to drop from Hunter Biden's hard drive has revealed that then-Vice President Joe Biden flew to Ukraine to meet with government officials after Hunter's Ukrainian business partner requested help from "influential US policy makers."
The new batch of leaked emails appears to show that Joe Biden visited Ukraine just over a month after the Ukrainian business executive asked his son Hunter to arrange for a "highly-recognized" official to travel to the country "close down any pursuits against the head of the firm."
The November 2015 email from Vadym Pozharskyi was revealed on Tucker Carlson Tonight on Thursday.
Pozharskyi says that the visits were needed to help Burisma Holdings - the notoriously-corrupt energy company where Hunter Biden earned a $50,000 a month salary for sitting on the board, despite zero experience in the industry.
During VP Biden's visit the next month, he successfully pressured Ukrainian officials to fire the prosecutor who was investigating Pozharskyi's business.
Biden withheld $1 billion in U.S. military aid to Ukraine to pressure the government to fire Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin.
Carlson also released another exclusive email to Hunter from PR company Blue Star Strategies which spoke about Biden's trip to Ukraine as vice president that year.
In the first email dated November 2, 2015, from Pozharskyi to Hunter, the businessman stated that the purpose of the email is to "be on the same page as to our final goals … including but not limited to a concrete course of actions."
Carlson added that according to the emails they had seen, the exec wanted "high-ranking US officials to express their positive opinion of Burisma."
The Fox Host also claimed that Pozharskyi wanted the US administration to act on Burisma's behalf in winning this good PR.
"The scope of work should also include organization of a visit of a number of highly-recognized and influential current and/or former US policy makers to Ukraine in November," the email allegedly said.
It added that it was "aiming to bring meetings with and bring positive signal/message and support," as well as to "close down any cases/pursuits against the head of Burisma in Ukraine."
Carlson claimed that the email couldn't be clearer in asking Hunter for his father's help in getting the company out of trouble.
One month after this, on December 2, 2015, an email released exclusively by Fox gave further details on how Hunter was involved in his father's trip to Ukraine.
The email was sent to Hunter from PR firm Blue Star Strategies but does not go into any further details about the trip, according to The Daily Mail.
"Hello all, this morning the WWH hosted a conference call regarding the Vice President's up-coming trip to Ukraine," the email reads.
"Attached is a memo from the Blue Star Strategies Team with the minutes of the call which outlines the trip's agenda and addressed several question regarding US foreign policy toward Ukraine."
Biden had visited Ukraine between December 7 and 8, 2015, on the fifth of his six visits to the country as vice president.
Only two of the trips were taken after Hunter joined the board of Burisma.
Carlson says that the short time-frame between the email and the trip— during which Biden pressured Ukrainian officials to fire a prosecutor who was investigating Burisma—seemed to show that the VP had been influenced by his son.
"That's how things work in the White House?" Carlson fumed.
"Tailoring foreign policy to get your son rich?"
He also noted that Biden himself may have profited from it, suggesting that an email between Hunter and his kids in which he said unlike their grandfather, he wasn't going to take half their salary, was in relation to the Burisma deal.
He noted that the emails had not been wholly verified but claimed that if they were fake, "this is the most complex and sophisticated hoax in history, it almost seems beyond human capacity."
Carlson's latest revelations came after a second drop of emails said to have come from Hunter's laptop were released on Thursday.
The first emails were released by the New York Post on Wednesday, sparking backlash for Twitter and Facebook when they tried to place restrictions on the story being shared, claiming it was in breach of their policy on hacked materials.
The New York Post is historically Conservative and the source for the story was Rudy Giuliani, one of President Trump's closest aides.
He gave the Post a trove of emails in which Pozharskyi thanked Hunter for introducing him to his father, then the Vice President.
Within months of the 2015 meeting that Pozharskyi refers to in the emails, Biden had successfully pressured Ukrainian officials to fire the prosecutor who was looking into Pozharskyi's business.
At the time, Hunter was being paid $50,000-a-month by Pozharskyi's gas firm to act as a consultant, despite the fact he'd had no experience working in the gas industry.
After the Post story emerged on Wednesday, the Biden campaign said he had not met Pozharskyi as part of his official schedule but an informal meeting was not ruled out.
The second batch of emails Thursday suggested Hunter pursued deals with a major Chinese energy company including one that would be "interesting for me and my family."
They focused on Hunter's dealings with Ye Jianming, the former chairman of CEFC in 2017, after his father had left office and when it was thought he would not run in 2020.
He has not been seen since he was taken into custody by Chinese authorities in 2018 amid rumored links to the Chinese military and intelligence services.
It was previously known that he gave Hunter a diamond
The emails are among a trove being referenced by Giuliani and his team after the owner of a computer repair shop in Delaware recovered data from a MacBook pro laptop that was dropped off and never retrieved.
The computer was seized by the FBI and its contents shared with the Post by Giuliani.
Giuliani's lawyer Bob Costello said there are some 40,000 emails on the hard drive including thousands of texts.
It also includes images of Hunter "in very compromising positions," Costello told Fox News.