Hunter Biden’s Salary Cut Just Months After Father Left Office

( President Joe Biden has long insisted that he didn’t have anything to do with his son’s business affairs, and Hunter Biden, his son, has long been accused of only making successful business deals overseas because of his father’s influence.

And a new report that reveals how Hunter Biden’s massive salary for sitting on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company, was cut as soon as his father left the White House in 2017, further supports allegations of unethical money-making deals in the Biden family.

According to the New York Post, Biden’s massive $1 million-per-year salary was cut by 50% just two months after his father left the White House.

Burisma Holdings Ltd. Was reportedly paying Hunter Biden over $80,000 per month to sit on its board. The massive sum was initially revealed when the young Biden abandoned a laptop at a Delaware computer repair shop. The data from the laptop was recovered by the store owner and turned over to the police and the New York Post – legally – when he realized that Hunter Biden appeared to be engaged in unethical and illegal activity.

An email from March 2017 from Burisma exec Vadym Pozharskyi revealed that the company was still interested in “working closely together” with Hunter Biden but that his remuneration was still the highest across the entire company – more than the monthly fees for standard directors – and that they needed to agree to a “fair and reasonable” fee. Invoices then showed that those fees were dropped to $41,500 per month.

If Hunter Biden was making deals based on his business skill and not from his father’s influence, then why has his payment slashed the moment his father left the White House and he no longer had any influence in the U.S. federal government?