The Daily Caller has published a report making a connection between Hunter Biden and Jake Sullivan, President Joe Biden's National Security Adviser.
Per the outlet: "Both Sullivan and Hunter Biden served on the board of the Truman National Security Project between 2017 and 2019."
The outlet obtained the information by way of an archived version of the Truman National Security Project's website. This link shows the pictures and profiles of the project's 15 board members, which include both Hunter Biden and Sullivan.
Hunter Biden had been a member since 2012. The Daily Caller notes that he was on the board of Burisma - the Ukrainian energy company - at the same time.
The project was founded in 2004 by Rachel Kleinfeld and Matthew Spence. Both individuals are left-wing activists who played various roles in the administration of former President Barack Obama.
Truman National Security Project's purpose is to train professionals in defense and foreign policy.
The website's "about" page reads:
Truman is a nationwide membership of diverse leaders inspired to serve in the aftermath of 9/11 and committed to shaping and advocating for tough, smart national security solutions. We are united in the belief that America is strongest when we stand with our allies to lead, support, and defend a growing global community of free people and just societies.
The part that is left unsaid is that the "tough, smart national security solutions" are leftist national security solutions.
Sullivan joined the project in 2017. Prior to that, he was a member of the Obama administration: he was then-Vice President Joe Biden's National Security Adviser.
So, Sullivan went from the Obama administration to the project, where, once again, he worked alongside Hunter Biden. Then, after his time with the project, Sullivan would go on to play key roles in Hunter Biden's father's presidential candidacy and presidency.
Sullivan was Biden's foreign policy advisor for Biden's 2020 presidential campaign. Here, Sullivan worked alongside another key member of Biden's team - current Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who was a senior advisor to the Biden campaign.
Blinken has recently faced criticism after former Deputy CIA Director Michael Morrell testified before Congress that Blinken helped to suppress the New York Post's bombshell Hunter Biden laptop report - in the leadup to the 2020 presidential election - by orchestrating an effort to have 51 former U.S. intelligence officials sign a letter falsely claiming that the story was "Russian disinformation." Blinken has denied this allegation.
Sullivan, for his part, pushed the thoroughly debunked Russia-Trump collusion narrative. And, after his time with the Biden 2020 campaign, he would went on to become President Biden's National Security Advisor.
It's a tangled web that is finally starting to be untangled.