STUNNING: Hunter Biden Was a Paid Consultant to MBNA Starting at Age 31 — As Joe Biden Pushed Legislation to Promote Credit Card Industry
Hunter Biden was paid an undisclosed amount of money as a consultant by MBNA as his father pushed legislation to help the credit card industry.
Hunter Biden was 31 in 2001 when MBNA started paying the US Senator’s son as a consultant.
Hunter Biden at 31 was well on his way making a career for himself as a top Democrat Senator’s son.
FLASHBACK: While then-Senator Joe Biden pushed for legislation promoted by the credit card industry, his son Hunter Biden was being paid as a "consultant" by MBNA, a banking corporation headquartered in Delaware. https://t.co/4yP1uoe4d7 #BidenInc
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CBS News reported:
A son of Democratic vice presidential candidatewas paid an undisclosed amount of money as a consultant by MBNA, the largest employer in Delaware, during the years the senator supported legislation that was promoted by the credit card industry and opposed by consumer groups.
‘s presidential campaign said Biden helped forge a bipartisan compromise on the measure, which is now law and makes it harder for consumers to obtain bankruptcy protection in the courts.
MBNA’s consulting payments to Hunter Biden, first reported by The New York Times, followed his departure in 2001 from the company, where he had been an executive.