House Republicans investigating Hunter Biden art sale
CBS says Republicans on the House Oversight and Reform Committee are investigating “possible undue White House influence” around the upcoming sale of Hunter Biden’s artwork, according to a letter from the committee’s top Republican.
The letter, written by Congressman James Comer of Kentucky, asks Georges Bergès, the gallerist brokering sales of Biden’s paintings, to provide the committee with documents and communications between him, the White House, and Biden by September 21. It also asks Bergès to produce documents showing who attended Biden’s art shows, who purchased his work and how much they paid.
However, committee Republicans lack subpoena power because they’re in the minority, so unless Democrats join the cause, Tuesday’s letter amounts to a non-binding request for information.
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