Documents released as part of testimony by Devon Archer to the House Oversight Committee on Monday revealed that Hunter Biden, his business associate, was flattered by the many compliments he received from a Chinese business partner he called the “Super Chairman.”
Emails obtained by Fox News show that in 2011 Hunter and Archer were discussing their business strategy with Che Feng, a Chinese tycoon who connected the two men with a state-owned venture capital fund. In the back-and-forth, Hunter told his friend that the potentially lucrative deal was the manna from heaven they had been seeking for years.
“Keep this btw us pls,” Hunter told Archer. “But bottom line is if I/ you and me get around 7% of this fund it could be in many ways the end all be all. I dont believe in lottery tickets anymore, but I do believe in the super chairman. See below. 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.”
“Wow,” Archer replied.
Hunter then offered his thoughts on why Feng favored him so much as to invite the duo into a major deal backed by a $100 million investment.
“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 (and I bring along very handsome Aryan godlike men wherever I go),” Hunter wrote.
Feng is the son of a People’s Liberation Army (PLA) soldier and was previously business partners with Ma Jian, the former vice minister of State Security, which is China’s KGB, the New York Post previously reported.
On Monday Archer testified to the Oversight Committee that Joe Biden, as vice president, flew to Beijing in 2013 to meet with Jonathan Li, owner of Bohai Capital, which is controlled by the Bank of China Limited, sitting down for coffee with the communist party-connected businessman and later wrote a letter of recommendation for his daughter to use for college applications.
As the years went on, the relationship between Hunter and Archer frayed as Justice Department officials under the Obama administration charged Archer with defrauding a Native American tribe. Archer wrote to Hunter expressing outrage that his business partner didn’t leverage his family connections to protect him. Attorneys for Archer are currently wrangling with federal prosecutors who want him to report to prison for a one-year prison sentence following his congressional testimony. The former friend to President Biden’s son said he witnessed Biden attend or dial into dozens of business meetings involving Hunter and himself.