Republicans Double Down On Biden’s Son

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( – On Wednesday, Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, sent a letter to the National Archives requesting that they supply him with the unredacted emails of all communications that took place between then-Vice President Joe Biden and the business associates of his son, Hunter Biden.

The committee is trying to get unrestricted special access to a specific National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) case that includes all the records that relate to the president, his son, and all of “their foreign business dealings.” The case was first made publicly known following a lawsuit filed by the America First Legal Group in connection with the Freedom of Information Act.

Fox News Digital gained access to Comer’s letter, in which he is calling for access to be given to the unredacted copies of the emails sent from Biden’s vice presidential office to the associates of Hunter Biden that were connected either to Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian energy firm, or to Rosemont Seneca Partners, his now-dissolved firm. The letter specifically notes that the unredacted versions of these emails are important for the ongoing probe by the Committee into the dealings of the Biden family.

He proceeds to make reference to a number of emails that were sent between family business associates, including Eric Schwerin. The letter proceeds to note that there are also concerns relating to the timing of the “email traffic,” which should be examined by the Committee. He further points out that Devon Archer, an associate of Hunter Biden, had claimed that following a Burisma board of directors meeting on December 4, 2015, Hunter Biden had called his father, or rather D.C., in order to discuss the pressure Burisma Holdings was placing on him.

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