Hunter Biden laptop pictures show him driving his father’s Corvette parked next to Joe’s secret documents: Assistant who fears she may be responsible for the files fiasco “got the job through HUNTER!”
- Kathy Chung was Biden’s administrative assistant in VP’s office
- Identified as having met with law enforcement in a classified document investigation
- Paper reported that she may have been “accidentally involved in documents.”
- Laptop emails show Hunter Biden helped connect her to the job
Hunter Biden was involved in recruiting the aide publicly identified as being questioned by law enforcement in the investigation into Joe Biden’s documents, it was reported Thursday.
Kathy Chung, who served as administrative assistant as Biden’s vice president, has told her staff she was “desperate” that she may have “inadvertently been involved in the movement or storage of classified information” that a Biden attorney uncovered at the Penn Biden Center in November had , the Washington Post reported.
The discovery of the classified documents has sparked searches for more classified material in Biden’s possession — ultimately leading to the appointment of a special counsel and an investigation that has angered White House staffers and forced them to explain comparisons to former President Donald Trump’s investigation .
Her name was the only name that appeared in the initial report from several aides who spoke to law enforcement.
The news comes as a former White House official urged Obama Biden to admit sloppy handling of classified information to try to bring the situation spiraling under control.
Hunter Biden drives his father’s classic Corvette Stingray. The car was stored in the same garage where an attorney for Biden discovered documents marked confidential were being kept
Hunter Biden helped secure employment for Kathy Chung, then-Vice President Biden’s administrative assistant, who has spoken with investigators investigating classified documents
And a newly emerged photo of Hunter’s infamous laptop appears to show the president’s son driving the classic Corvette Stingray outside the same Wilmington home where the car — and the documents marked “secret” — were stored.
Chung, who now serves as Deputy Protocol Director for Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, was identified by sources as helping pack Biden’s belongings when he left the White House in 2017.
About 10 documents, including some reportedly marked “top secret,” were discovered in a closet at the Penn Biden Center, a DC think tank that provided Biden with a home after he left the vice presidency — along with a salary totaling $900,000 over 3 years.
Chung was an assistant in the vice president’s Senate office after working for a trio of influential senators, including former Delaware Senator Ted Kauffman, a longtime Biden adviser who took his seat when Biden left the Senate.
Patrick Moore, the attorney assigned to clear Biden’s old office in November, discovered the documents, CNN reported.
President Joe Biden now faces a special investigative investigation into classified material found in his former office and home in Wilmington
The discovery of documents with classified markings at the Penn Biden Center sparked the federal investigation
Biden earned $900,000 over three years for his role at the Penn Biden Center
Chung worked for a trio of senators, including Delaware Senator Ted Kauffman
Emails from Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop have revealed Chung and the president’s son were in email contact, with the assistant sometimes providing him with appointment information – and Hunter recommending her for her job at the VP when predecessor Michelle Smith took the post left.
“Thanks for calling and thinking of me,” Chung wrote to Hunter in May 2012, according to Fox News. “After the initial shock of taking in what you said…how could I miss an opportunity to work for the Vice President of the United States!!!!”
She then asked some questions about salary and duties. “Thank you again for thinking of me,” she wrote.
Chung’s attorney has not responded to a request for comment from as of press time.