The House Committee on Oversight and Accountability Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., stated in an interview with Fox Business that he plans to subpoena the president and his son, Hunter Biden, if they do not come in voluntarily for a transcribed interview.
“We want to talk to about three or four more associates first. We’ve been communicating with a couple of them. We’re trying to bring them in just like we did with Devin Archer for a transcribed interview. If they don’t come in voluntarily then they’ll be subpoenaed,” Comer told Fox Business.
The House Oversight Committee launched an investigation into the Biden family’s domestic and international business dealings at the beginning of the year to determine if the family’s activities have “compromised U.S. national security” and the president’s “ability to lead with impartiality.”
Since the investigation began, the committee has found evidence of bribery schemes, Internal Revenue Service and Department of Justice interference, as well as bank records of 20 shell companies.
“We’ve had to go every step of the way and prove the media narrative was wrong and the vice president and current president lied. We have caught Joe Biden in so many lies, I can’t even count the number of lies now,” Comer stated.
It is unconfirmed when the committee plans to request the president and his son in for a transcribed interview, but it is clear Comer believes that their case against the Biden family will be strong.
“This is always going to end with the Biden’s coming in front of the committee. We are going to subpoena the family, we are putting the case together to win in court. Obviously, with all the opposition and obstruction we’re getting from the Biden attorney’s now, we know that this is going to end up in court when we subpoena the Bidens, so we’re putting together a case,” Comer told Fox Business.