In an email to his brother’s widow sent in July 2018, Hunter Biden urged her to get tested for HIV. Although she had been married to his brother, Beau, Hunter established relations with Hallie after her husband passed away following his devastating battle with cancer. Fox News has obtained Hunter Biden’s email to Hallie and has shared it as a newsworthy item with its readers so they can see the secrets that Hunter Biden had been hiding from the public eye.

Fox News Digital obtained Biden’s email entitled “YOU NEED TO GET TESTED FOR HIV HALLIE.” In the email, Hunter explains to his brother’s widow that she needs to get tested for the sexually transmitted virus because there had been an exposure to it during their romance.

“You need to inform me of the result. TODAY,” Hunter wrote in the 2018 email to his brother’s widow. “I am getting tested today. I have been sick scared Hallie, and you [hang] upon me. The love you give is so disturbing.”

He continued, “Please stop the bullsh*t with Natalie. If you’re going to keep her from me and turn her against me like you are now, then I’ll stop talking to her and will not try to see her at all. I’d rather that than you continuing to do this to her. It’s sick and disturbed. You’re not clean or sober, Hallie. You’ve found a new release for your poisoned mind.”

In the private email, Hunter urged Hallie to seek professional help so she could battle the mental demons she was facing at the time of their love affair.

“You need serious long-term professional help, and I hope you get it,” Hunter urged his former lover. “I promise I will try my best to make that happen.”

Although Hunter was urging Hallie to get tested for HIV, he ended the letter with a heartfelt call to action that hit home.

“I love you, Hallie, even when you’re cruel,” President Joe Biden’s son wrote in the email. “Get tested and tell me the results today.”

The pair shared a heated exchange of emails earlier that same month. In one message, Hallie referred to Hunter as a “passive-aggressive a** hole.” Meanwhile, Hunter urged Hallie to “focus on your sobriety.”

“I hope you have someone to turn to in bed in my brothers’ house and that that act of love can be for him or her or them and not a secret someone,” Hunter wrote to Hallie on July 15, 2018. “And don’t feel as if you lost the two best men you or anyone could have ever even dreamed of.”

Hunter previously opened up about his affair with Hallie in his memoir “Beautiful Things,” which was published in 2021. He explained that their relationship began in 2016, about a year after his older brother, Beau, died from brain cancer.

In 2017, now-President Biden issued a statement in support of Hunter’s love affair with Hallie.

“We are all lucky that Hunter and Hallie found each other as they were putting their lives together again after such sadness,” Joe Biden said in a statement. “They have mine and Jill’s full and complete support, and we are happy for them.”