While the younger Bulger is not connected to his uncle's crimes the dealings did take place just 12 short days after Hunter accompanied his father on an official trip to China.
Among the scandals involving former Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, is one including a lucrative deal with the Bank of China, which includes a couple interesting partners.
Hunter Biden was able to secure a billion-dollar contract with the Bank of China back in 2013, just weeks after his father, the the U.S. vice president, took him to China while on official business, according to reporter Peter Schweizer’s latest book, “Secret Empires.” The book was released last March, but Schweizer recently took to the pages of The New York Post to explain how Hunter’s dealings with China could be a problem for his father’s 2020 presidential campaign.
Though Biden had “scant experience in private equity,” he partnered with others to create Rosemont Seneca Partners, which he created with former Secretary of State John Kerry’s stepson, Chris Heinz, and his associate, Devon Archer. To help secure the China deal -less than a year after the firm was created – the trio partnered with The Thornton Group, a consultant firm lead by James Bulger, nephew of infamous mobster James “Whitey” Bulger, after whom the former was named.