The Secret Service detail protecting Hunter Biden has paid more than $30,000 monthly for almost a year to rent out a Malibu, California mansion, ABC News reported Monday.
With the president’s son paying about $20,000 per month to rent a mansion, the Secret Service selected another ritzy property next door, sources told ABC News.
The Secret Service is funded by taxpayer dollars, which in this case pay for the Malibu rent.
Hunter Biden’s lifestyle has become of interest to the mainstream media as a federal investigation into his business and tax affairs has intensified.
The New York Post first reported in October 2020 that a laptop Hunter Biden left at a repair shop included emails, text messages, photos, and financial documents between Hunter, his family, and business connections that would indicate the first son was peddling his father’s political influence.
Hunter Biden’s Malibu mansion includes a four-bedroom, three-bathroom “resort-style” home with an open floor plan, vaulted high ceilings, chef’s kitchen, and French doors, according to a description on its property listing, ABC News reported.
The mansion’s yard also includes a pool, a spa, a built-in barbecue bar, and alfresco dining, according to the listing.
Secret Service agents live and work next door in a Spanish-style estate with “gorgeous ocean views,” according to its listing, ABC News said. Continue reading at Newsmax.