House Oversight Committee Chairman backed up his vow to get answers about President Joe Biden’s alleged corruption, firing off a subpoena to a former top White House lawyer.
On Monday, the Kentucky Republican subpoenaed former White House Counsel Dana Remus to be deposed as GOP lawmakers seek answers on the geriatric leader’s mishandling of classified material, a major scandal that has all but disappeared from the media.
BREAKING@RepJamesComer subpoenas former White House Counsel Dana Remus to appear for a deposition related to President Biden’s mishandling of classified documents.
In addition, Chairman Comer is seeking transcribed interviews with four White House employees. pic.twitter.com/BuqQWJzABh
— Oversight Committee (@GOPoversight) November 13, 2023
In addition to the subpoena for Remus – a former general counsel for the Obama Foundation – House Republicans also are requesting transcribed interviews from four additional “White House employees familiar with President Biden’s mishandling of classified material.”
“Facts continue to emerge showing that the White House’s narrative of President Biden’s mishandling of classified documents doesn’t add up,” Comer said in a statement. “It is imperative to learn whether President Biden retained sensitive documents related to any countries involving his family’s foreign business dealings that brought in millions for the Biden family.”
“The Oversight Committee looks forward to hearing directly from Dana Remus and other central figures to further our investigation into President Biden’s mishandling of classified documents and determine whether our national security has been compromised,” the chairman added.
Comer began the new week right where he left off after a flurry of early Christmas presidents last week that included subpoenas to presidential son Hunter Biden and brother James Biden, two central figures at the center of the influence-peddling and bribery schemes involving “The Big Guy” who has been likened by some to the patriarch of a crime family.
Today, @RepJamesComer signed subpoenas for:
◼️ Hunter Biden
◼️ James Biden
◼️ Rob Walker pic.twitter.com/fuS3yR9r8z
— Oversight Committee (@GOPoversight) November 8, 2023
In addition, Comer is seeking answers from gallerist George Bergès who displayed Hunter Biden’s expensive amateur paintings and Democrat donor Elizabeth Naftali, who purchased the ex-crackhead’s artwork and who visited the White House on multiple occasions. The two were among the recipients of the second round of subpoenas last week.
“President Biden’s mishandling of classified documents, including the apparently unauthorized possession of classified material at a Washington, D.C. private office and in the garage of his Delaware residence, raise serious concerns about his mishandling of sensitive intelligence information and his Department of Justice’s double standard of justice. Today’s subpoena and transcribed interview requests represent another step in holding President Biden and the DOJ accountable,” House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) said in a statement.
“This is just the latest example of President Biden’s willingness to skirt the law in order to hide the truth. If the President himself was illegally holding classified material for some purpose, the American people deserve to know what that purpose is – and whether it constitutes an abuse of office. His Administration hasn’t hesitated to scrutinize political opponents’ use of classified materials, and he should be held to the same standard,” added House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Jason Smith (R-MO) in a statement.
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