EXCLUSIVE: President Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, was photographed walking the streets of New York on Wednesday amid a sweeping congressional investigation into his past business dealings.
According to photos, Biden was seen walking in New York’s SoHo neighborhood on Wednesday. Last year, the Georges Bergès gallery in the same neighborhood hosted an exhibition of Biden’s artwork.
“Hunter Biden, a lawyer by profession, now devotes his energies to the creative arts, which incorporates a myriad of experiences,” the SoHo gallery says on its website. “The results are powerful and moving paintings that range from photogenic to mixed media to abstract.”
Biden is currently under investigation in the Republican-led Congress over his past business dealings. The investigation is expected to heat up after Republicans take control of the House of Representatives in early 2023.
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Republican lawmakers, led by House Oversight and Reforms Committee Ranking Member James Comer, R-Ky., have prioritized an investigation into the president’s son after the GOP regained a majority in the House after last month’s midterm elections. they announced their importance.
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“The American people deserve transparency and accountability in the fight against the influence of the Biden family,” Comer said during a Nov. 17 press conference. “With a new Republican majority, Oversight Committee Republicans will continue to seek answers to inform legislative solutions to prevent this abuse. power.”
The Republican committee also released an interim report detailing President Biden’s son’s ties to overseas businesses and activities. The report notes the possibility that the Biden family is “susceptible to influence, blackmail or extortion by foreign entities.”
As part of the investigation, Comer sent a series of letters to Biden administration officials, including Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, FBI Director Christopher Wray and Acting Archivist Debra Steidel, requesting documents and financial information related to Wall. He also wrote to the SoHo gallery where Hunter Biden’s work was displayed, asking for information about the buyers of the paintings.
And last week, journalist Matt Taibbi obtained internal Twitter files showing how the social media company suppressed stories about Hunter Biden’s laptop shortly before the 2020 presidential election. The contents of the laptop, first reported by The New York Post, shed light on his past business dealings.
Republican lawmakers said they would investigate Twitter’s files and may file a lawsuit.