Hunter Biden traveled to at least 13 countries with his then-vice president father when he was leading his now-defunct firm Rosemont Seneca Partners, a Fox News Digital review found.
Video footage, which first aired on “Jesse Watters Primetime,” along with Secret Service records and messages previously reported from Hunter’s abandoned laptop, show that Hunter, who co-founded Rosemont Seneca in 2009 with Devon Archer and Christopher Heinz, accompanied then-Vice President Joe Biden during official trips to Europe, Africa, Asia and Mexico.
In April 2010, Hunter proposed meeting state officials in Serbia with his business associate Mark Doyle, who was a registered foreign agent for Serbia at the time, saying he could “catch a ride” with his father — “JRB” — during an official trip to Belgium and Spain.
“How about we go over around May 10th,” Hunter wrote in an email to Doyle. “JRB will be in Madrid and I can catch a ride with him and fly over to Serbia and back with you.”
Doyle, who formerly served as a senior adviser to then-Sen. Joe Biden and the national finance director of Biden’s unsuccessful presidential run in 2008, later responded that “the Ambassador,” referring to Serbian Ambassador to the United States Vladimir Petrovic, wanted to “start putting together a full day for you with Tadic and potential investors,” referring to Serbian President Boris Tadic.