Joe Biden 'visited Ukraine a MONTH after Hunter was asked by Burisma execs to bring high-profile policymakers to help'

JOE Biden visited Ukraine a month after his son was asked by Burisma executives to meet with high-profile US policymakers, bombshell reports claim. 

On Thursday, it emerged that Vadym Pozharskyi supposedly asked Hunter to arrange to meet "highly-recognized and influential US policy makers" in an unverified November 2015 email.

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Fresh accusations emerged on Tucker Carlson Tonight that Pozharskyi described these visits as being vital to "close down any pursuits against the head of the firm [Burisma]," where Hunter was a board member.

Biden's campaign has repeatedly denied that he or his son were embroiled in any wrongdoing after the leak came to light two weeks before the election.

Facebook and Twitter also limited access to the New York Post's initial report on Hunter's emails, which was published on Wednesday.

Carlson's claimed that during Biden's trip the next month, the former Vice President pressured officials in Ukraine to fire the lawyer probing Pozharskyi's business.

He said Pozharskyi's November 2, 2015, email stated that he was writing to "be on the same page as to our final goals," which were "including but not limited to a concrete course of actions."

Carlson said Pozharskyi wanted high-ranking US officials to express their positive opinion of Burisma, good PR, and the US administration to act on the company's behalf.

"The scope of work should also include organization of a visit of a number of highly-recognized and influential current and/or former US policy makers to Ukraine in November," the email supposedly stated.

Pozharskyi said the purpose of his email was to bring meetings with these policy makes and close down any cases against the head of Burisma in Ukraine, Carlson claimed.

Fox News also released a December 2, 2015, email sent to Hunter from PR company Blue Star Strategies which didn't provide any actual detail about Biden's trip.

"Hello all, this morning the WWH hosted a conference call regarding the Vice President’s up-coming trip to Ukraine," it read.

"Attached is a memo from the Blue Star Strategies Team with the minutes of the call which outlines the trip’s agenda and addressed several question regarding US foreign policy toward Ukraine."

Biden made his fifth visit to the country between December 7 and 8, 2015, out of a total of six, where he gave a speech urging the then President Petro Poroshenko to crack down on corruption.

He made two of these trips after Hunter joined the Burisma Holdings board in April 2014.

Carlson accused Biden of "tailoring foreign policy to get your son rich."

He said if the news is bogus "this is the most complex and sophisticated hoax in history, it almost seems beyond human capacity."

There was a second bombshell drop of Hunter's emails on Thursday, following those initially leaked by the Post on Wednesday.

Their source was Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City and Donald Trump's personal lawyer – whose daughter has pleaded with voters to vote for Biden.

The New York Times reported that Trump was briefed by US intelligence that Russian operatives were using Giuliani as a conduit for disinformation to undermine Biden as far back as December.

The emails – taken from Hunter's damaged MacBook Pro by a Trump-supporting computer repairman – led to explosive reports about his alleged crack-smoking and Ukraine dealings.

John Paul MacIsaac, 44 – the man who handed over thelaptop the FBI and leaked its contents to Giuliani – said he was afraid he would be murdered as "a guy who had something he wanted out of this shop."

Giuliani's lawyer Bob Costello told Fox News there are some 40,000 emails on the hard drive, thousands of texts, and images of Hunter "in very compromising positions."

Another May 13, 2017 supposedly dealt with “remuneration packages” for six people in a business deal with a Chinese energy firm, reported Fox News.

It appeared to identify Hunter as “Chair / Vice Chair depending on agreement with CEFC,” regarding the now backrupt CEFC China Energy Co.

Biden campaign spokesman Andrew Bates said he "carried out official US policy toward Ukraine and engaged in no wrongdoing."

“Trump administration officials have attested to these facts under oath," Yates said in a statement.

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