September 21, 2017 – The Biden Foundation uses office space within the law firm Perkins Coie, then shares office suite with Hunter and Gongwen Dong (CEFC)

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(…) In the email, Hunter Biden also requests keys for Gongwen Dong, whom he describes as an “emissary” for Chairman Ye Jianming — the chairman of CEFC Chinese Energy Co.

He continued:

“I would like the office sign to reflect the following,”The Biden Foundation” and “Hudson West (CEFC US).””

“The lease will remain under my company’s name Rosemont Seneca,” he continued, providing details about Dong and Ye, whom he referred to as “my partner,” as well as their contact information.

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(…) In another email, obtained by Fox News, the manager responds, saying that “[w]e are very excited and honored to welcome your new colleagues.” The manager then asks to confirm that Hunter Biden wants four more keys and a “[c]hange of names on the doors and in the north entrance.”

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A source familiar with the Biden Foundation told Fox News that they used office space, at the time, in a WeWork space near the White House, and in an office within law firm Perkins Coie, saying there was no relation to the office space at Rosemont Seneca within the House of Sweden.

Joe Biden has repeatedly denied being involved with his son’s business dealings.

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