Biden used the pseudonyms of Robin Ware, Robert L. Peters, and JRB Ware during his time in the Obama administration.
National Archives acknowledges 5,400 Biden pseudonym emails, faces lawsuit for their release
FROM JUST THE NEWS
The new lawsuit turns up the pressure on the archives to release the documents.
The National Archives and Records Administration acknowledged possessing potentially up to 5,400 emails connected to then-Vice President Joe Biden’s pseudonym accounts that he used to forward government information and discuss business with his son, Hunter Biden, and others, and on Monday, the Southeastern Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit to compel the agency to turn over the emails. MORE
THE CROOKED VICE PRESIDENTS: Joe Biden and Spiro Agnew – Have bribe, will travel
FROM THE STATEMENT OF FACTS BY THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AGAINST SPIRO T. AGNEW
Green particularly recalls the first occasion upon which he paid money to Mr. Agnewe in his offices in the Executive Office Building. Green was quite impressed with Mr. Agnew’s office and position and felt very uncomfortable about the transaction that was about to occur. In addition, Green had some concerns that the conversation between him and Vice President Agnew might be overheard or even taped. For all of these reasons, Green did not believe it was appropriate or wise to continue to speak of personal financial assistance. Therefore, he stated to the Vice President that this money was part of his continuing and fulfilling commitment to Mr. Agnew with respect to “Political contributions”.
Thereafter, Green usually made a similar statement when he delivered the money to Mr. Agnew in his Executive Office Building offices. Green recalls that on the first occasion, he made such a statement to Mr. Agnew, Green raised his eyes to the ceiling in order to suggest to Mr. Agnew the reason for the unusual and inaccurate statement. The payments were discontinued after December of 1972 because of the investigation conducted by the United States Attorney’s Office into corruption in Baltimore County, Maryland. Between 1966 and 1972, Green’s cash payments to Agnew totaled approximately $50,000.