THE publication of an old text exchange between Hunter Biden and his lawyer has dragged corporate attorney George Misires into the spotlight.
The texts, which reportedly came from Hunter’s laptop and were published by the Daily Mail, show the president’s son repeatedly saying the word “n***a” and telling his lawyer, “I only love you because you’re black.”
The controversial texts were sent to Hunter’s white lawyer George Mesires[/caption]
Who is George Mesires?
George Misires is a corporate attorney currently acting as a partner with Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP.
According to Mesires’ LinkedIn account, he is also a Director of the Kendall Corporation, a non-for-profit community organisation and a member on the board of directors of the Old People’s Home of the City of Chicago.
Reports from meaww say that Mesires has been an associate editor of the American Bankrupty Institute Journal since 2010.
The contents of Hunter’s laptop led to much scandal right before the 2020 election[/caption]
How long has George Mesires represented Hunter Biden?
While it is not clear exactly how long Mesires has represented Hunter Biden, it is known that Hunter has employed his services since at least 2018.
According to the Daily Mail, an invoice was sent in October 2018 by Mr Mesires to one of Hunter’s business partners.
Hunter Biden used racially charged language in a series of text messages to his lawyer in 2018/2019[/caption]
What is George Mesires’ hourly rate?
The invoice sent by Mr Mesires, found on Hunter Biden’s laptop and published by the Daily Mail, showed the lawyer’s hourly rate of $US845.
Mesires’ fees were also mentioned in the the recently-published text exchange from December 2018.
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In the texts, which were reportedly sent between Hunter and attorney George Mesires, Hunter asks how much he owes the lawyer.
Hunter, 51, then adds, “Because n***a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates.”
The lawyer replies: “That made me snarf my coffee.”