As your article stated, Hunter Biden accepted a position on the board of Burisma Holdings in the Ukraine when his father was vice president of the United States and was paid the handsome sum of $50,000 a month, not $50,000 a year as was stated in your column.
Burisma Holdings was being investigated for corruption by a prosecutor and Vice President Biden told Ukraine authorities that $1 billion in U.S. aid would be withheld until the prosecutor was fired. And he was, as Biden openly bragged.
But if we wonder how Hunter Biden is getting along without his $50,000 a month, we shouldn’t worry, since his dealings with China, which will probably never be brought to light, are probably providing him with ample income.
I thank The Telegraph for bringing attention to this matter, which certainly should be investigated, but unlikely that it will be, since most matters of this kind of fall, hopefully forgotten, under the weight of a ton of political coverage on a daily, if not hourly, basis.