Joe Biden has raked in the cash since he’s left the vice presidency – making speeches at up to $200,000 a pop, signing a seven-figure book deal, and renting a 12,000-square-foot home in Northern Virginia from a wealthy venture capitalist.

He even has demands in his contract for raspberry sorbet and chartered flights for his speeches.

The details about the new life of the man who calls himself ‘Middle Class Joe’ were revealed in June 2019 by the Washington Post, which used public records to track down Biden’s new lifestyles of the rich and famous.  The paper revealed the Bidens rent a home in McLean, Va., that contains five bedrooms and10 bathrooms, marble fireplaces, a gym and a sauna.  It’s owned by Mark Ein, a wealthy venture capitalist who has donated to politicians on both sides of the aisle, including George W. Bush and Hillary Clinton. Ein also owns the Washington Kastles and the Washington City Paper.

Biden’s campaign wouldn’t give the dollar amount the former vice president pays to live there but called it a ‘substantial monthly rent.’

Real estate website Zillow estimates rent for the home to be around $20,000 a month.

Additionally the former vice president and his wife Jill purchased a $2.7 million, 4,800-square-foot vacation house in Rehoboth Beach, Del., in 2017.

The Bidens have owned their 7,000-square foot lakeside home in Wilmington for more than two decades.

Financing his new life is the former vice president’s book deal, paid speeches and foreign business dealings.  According to Hunter Biden’s emails, the son of the former VP has arranged meetings with oligarchs and CCP officials at the white house when his father was serving as VP. Some emails show he agreed to end investigations into corruption, in exchange for hefty payments and deals.

The Washington Post cited 65 instances in which Biden gave a speech or appeared at a book event, noting that in 10 instances of them he did not take a fee but did have his travel paid for.

Biden’s campaign said he has given less than 50 paid speeches.

He charged between $150,000 and $200,000 per speech…
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Joe Biden has raked in the cash since he’s left the vice presidency – making speeches at up to $200,000 a pop, signing a seven-figure book deal, and renting a 12,000-square-foot home in Northern Virginia from a wealthy venture capitalist.

He even has demands in his contract for raspberry sorbet and chartered flights for his speeches.

The details about the new life of the man who calls himself ‘Middle Class Joe’ were revealed in June 2019 by the Washington Post, which used public records to track down Biden’s new lifestyles of the rich and famous.  The paper revealed the Bidens rent a home in McLean, Va., that contains five bedrooms and10 bathrooms, marble fireplaces, a gym and a sauna.  It’s owned by Mark Ein, a wealthy venture capitalist who has donated to politicians on both sides of the aisle, including George W. Bush and Hillary Clinton. Ein also owns the Washington Kastles and the Washington City Paper.

Biden’s campaign wouldn’t give the dollar amount the former vice president pays to live there but called it a ‘substantial monthly rent.’

Real estate website Zillow estimates rent for the home to be around $20,000 a month.

Additionally the former vice president and his wife Jill purchased a $2.7 million, 4,800-square-foot vacation house in Rehoboth Beach, Del., in 2017.

The Bidens have owned their 7,000-square foot lakeside home in Wilmington for more than two decades.

Financing his new life is the former vice president’s book deal, paid speeches and foreign business dealings.  According to Hunter Biden’s emails, the son of the former VP has arranged meetings with oligarchs and CCP officials at the white house when his father was serving as VP. Some emails show he agreed to end investigations into corruption, in exchange for hefty payments and deals.

The Washington Post cited 65 instances in which Biden gave a speech or appeared at a book event, noting that in 10 instances of them he did not take a fee but did have his travel paid for.

Biden’s campaign said he has given less than 50 paid speeches.

He charged between $150,000 and $200,000 per speech…
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  1. kagbabe2

    His dressing room was to be stocked with bottled water, Coke Zero, Regular Coke, Orange Gatorade and black coffee, his contract required.

    And the sponsors for his speeches provided VIP hotel suites, town cars and professional drivers, chartered flights and travel expense reimbursements that for some of his appearances reached at least $10,000 per event, the Post reported.

    On the campaign trail, Biden has taken care to emphasize his working-class roots and his appeal to blue-collar workers is considered his greatest strength against Donald Trump.

    He even calls himself ‘Middle Class Joe.’

    ‘I know I’m called Middle-Class Joe,’ Biden said at an October 2017 campaign event.

    ‘It’s not meant to be a compliment. It means I’m not sophisticated. But I know what made this country what it is: ordinary people doing extraordinary things.’

    A native of Scranton, Pa., who moved to Delaware as a child when his father lost his job due to a decline in the coal mining industry, Biden often uses his roots as comparison between him and Trump.

  2. whateverletsgo

    He charging 200k to read from a teleprompter 😭

  3. kathryn_energize

    I love how all of these climate change/green new dealers swear we’ll be underwater due to the ice caps melting…. but yet they go out and buy multi million dollar, mega mansions at the coast.

  4. 9454_martin

    There’s a Big House waiting for you Joe, and it’s NOT White.

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