November 29, 2023

Hunter Biden Agrees to Appear Before Committee, But Only in Public

Hunter Biden's lawyers revealed that he is willing to testify before the House Oversight Committee, but only in a public hearing.

The move would mark a major breakthrough in the investigation of the first son and his alleged business deals involving President Joe Biden.

"Abbe Lowell, Hunter Biden’s lawyer said his client would only be willing to testify in a public setting but not behind closed doors as the committee asked," Breitbart News reported.

"We have seen you use closed-door sessions to manipulate, even distort the facts and misinform the public. We therefore propose opening the door. If, as you claim, your efforts are important and involve issues that Americans should know about, then let the light shine on these proceedings," it added.

"Chairman James Comer of the House Oversight Committee issued a subpoena earlier this month to depose Hunter Biden on Dec. 13," ABC News reported.

"In his letter, Abbe Lowell, an attorney for Biden, accused Comer of selectively leaking information from closed-door depositions with other witnesses in his ongoing impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden," it continued.

"Last month, Comer issued a subpoena to Hunter Biden demanding he appear for closed-door testimony about his knowledge of transactions that purport to show millions of dollars funneled from corporations in China, Ukraine, and elsewhere through a series of shell companies," Trending Politics reported.

"By demanding a public hearing, Hunter is effectively banking on a win in the court of public opinion, a strategy echoed by some of his supporters," it noted.

The hearing would offer the strongest opportunity so far in Republican efforts to hear directly from Hunter Biden about the business allegations.

The deals occurred during President Biden's years as vice president under then-President Barack Obama. Some deals included China and Ukraine, involving tens of millions of dollars exchanged with Biden family members.

The new development is critical, with the Oversight Committee eager to secure a date to move forward with the hearing despite Hunter Biden's lawyers seeking to change the rules of the meeting.

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