Federal prosecutors will gather in a closed-door meeting with the House Judiciary Committee this week to discuss the Hunter Biden probe.
The conversation will focus on the next steps to take over allegations of the first son's business deals allegedly including his father President Joe Biden
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"U.S. attorney for the Central District of California, Martin Estrada, will sit for a transcribed interview on Tuesday, and DOJ Tax Division attorney Stuart Goldberg is expected to sit for his interview Wednesday," Fox News reported.
"House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, has been negotiating with the Justice Department to have federal prosecutors involved in the Biden investigation to testify before his committee for months," it added.
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A later interview is expected to appear for a transcribed interview on Nov. 7.
"IRS whistleblowers have accused Estrada of refusing to cooperate with Weiss on potential charges against the president’s son in his district," Trending Politics reported.
"The New York Times confirmed the allegation in June, as did U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, Matthew Graves, who also refused to file charges. IRS Supervisor Darrell Waldon further confirmed the allegation in September, becoming the fourth IRS employee to do so," it continued.
Weiss has led the Hunter Biden investigation since 2018. He has been the focus of several attacks that he held back from prosecuting the first son during the investigation.
The new meetings could discover new details in the case that may take on even more importance as the House prepares to move forward in the investigation of Hunter Biden and business deals related to his father.
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