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Comer sent a letter to special counsel Robert Hur about Biden's 'influence peddling schemes'

House Oversight and Accountability Chairman James Comer, a Kentucky Republican, took action on Monday by sending a letter to special counsel Robert Hur. The purpose of this letter is to demand answers regarding the ongoing probe into President Joe Biden's alleged mishandling of classified documents.

In a serious and informative tone, Comer highlighted the evidence that suggests President Biden may have utilized certain family members, particularly his son, Hunter Biden, to accumulate substantial financial gains from foreign individuals and entities.

Specifically, Comer's letter underlines that payments from China, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Romania were received by Biden family members, their business associates, and related companies. Adding weight to the accusations, recent evidence released by the Ways and Means Committee identified over 20 different countries with ties to the Biden family's influence peddling schemes.

To date, President Biden has not been formally charged, but classified documents were discovered on multiple occasions between November 2022 and January 2023 at his former office in Washington, D.C., as well as at his home in Wilmington, Delaware. Earlier this month, he underwent several days of in-depth interviews as part of the ongoing investigation.

In light of these developments, Chairman Comer expressed concern that the mishandling of classified documents by President Biden might involve countries or individuals with financial ties to Biden family members or their associated businesses. To assess the potential compromise of national security, Comer emphasized the committee's need for access to unredacted information pertaining to the countries involved in the Biden family's foreign business.

In conclusion, the letter requested special counsel Robert Hur to provide unredacted information related to the probe no later than October 30th. This extended and well-structured letter serves as an official directive for transparency and accountability in the ongoing investigation.

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