In a string of emails from 2015, Hunter allegedly attempted to disguise the dinner date.
Joe Biden's son reportedly wrote the dinner meeting with his Russian, Ukrainian, and Kazakhstani business associates was "ostensibly to discuss food security," when his alleged purpose was to introduce his father to potential high-powered clients and partners, reports Daily Mail.
The allegations come as the president claimed to have no knowledge of his son's business affairs.
According to Daily Mail, Hunter reportedly organized the dinner at Georgetown's Café Milano in Washington, D.C. while his dad was still VP to Barack Obama.
The dinner allegedly took place at the Italian restaurant's private "Garden Room" and included a guest list that would make eyebrows raise.
Hunter's dinner reportedly included corrupt, late former Moscow mayor Yury Luzhkovhis, wife Russian billionaire Yelena Baturina, and a Mexican ambassador, claims the outlet.
In the possibly most damaging email about the dinner, Hunter allegedly wrote, "'Dad will be there but keep that btw us for now."
Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop has caused a whole can of worms for the president.
Strings of emails, text messages, and x-rated photos allegedly belonging to Hunter have been exposed after Daily Mail obtained a copy of his hard drive.
As Radar reported, Hunter's alleged text messages and emails were recently leaked and showed the close relationship he formed with his former Chinese-American assistant.
She allegedly worked for him when he went into business with a man he reportedly claimed was the "spy chief of China."
The texts made it appear that Hunter's relationship with his assistant went from professional to her sending him "flirty and personal messages."
X-rated photos of Joe's son with alleged prostitutes were also leaked.
Most recently, an author wrote a book titled, Battle for the Soul: Inside the Democrats' Campaigns to Defeat Trump, in which he claimed Hunter and his wife reportedly shopped around a reality show to soften his father's image" during his presidential campaign.