It has just been revealed that Hunter Biden slammed Bill Clinton in a 2016 email, saying that the former president was an “a–hole” who “looks like s—.”
Yahoo News reported that Hunter said this on April 6, 2016 in an email to his longtime business partner Eric Schwerin and Delaware’s now-chief deputy attorney general, Alexander Mackler.
In this email thread, Schwerin shared a video showing Clinton fighting with Black Lives Matter protesters during a 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign event that took place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The clash occurred over Clinton saying that the tougher sentencing provisions in the 1994 crime bill, which is known as the Clinton Crime Bill, were pushed by then-Sen. Joe Biden.
“Hillary didn’t vote for that bill, because she wasn’t in the Senate,” Clinton could be seen saying. “She was spending her time trying to get health care for poor kids – who were they? And their lives matter.”
This didn’t sit well with Hunter, who responded to the video by saying “What an a–hole. And God he looks like s—.”
“But it is still called the Clinton Crime Bill,” Schwerin responded, with Mackler adding, “Oddly enough, after unnecessarily throwing [Joe Biden] under the bus he gave a damn forceful pro-minority defense of the crime bill.”
“He’s still an a–hole,” Hunter replied.
In an email conversation with Mackler in March of 2015, blasted members of the Clinton inner circle, including longtime Clinton confidante Doug Band and former Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin. He ripped them as being “greedy” for taking government salaries while also simultaneously getting paid in the private sector.
“Are you f—ing kidding me. How greedy can you possibly be?” Hunter said, going on to call their behavior, “Petty, Greedy, Venal, Low Rent bulls—.”
Later that same year, Schwerin shared a Washington Post article that had the headline “While at State, Clinton chief of staff held job negotiating with Abu Dhabi,” a reference to Cheryl Mills.
“For f—‘s sake. This is incredible. It never ends,” Mackler said.
“Truly absurd,” Hunter responded. “If this is acceptable then would it also have been acceptable for Ron Klain to remain general counsel of Revolution while acting as COS for the VP?”
Mackler replied to say “yes,” adding that negotiating with Abu Dhabi is “negotiating business deals with a backwards, repressive, sexist (but very, very wealthy) foreign government.”
Hillary of course later lost the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump, who was later defeated by Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election. Hunter has been mired in controversy in recent years, and he did not respond when asked for comments on these latest email exchanges.