Today: Friday, 23 February 2024 year

The congressman proposed to prosecute Biden’s son for failure to appear on the subpoena.

The congressman proposed to prosecute Biden’s son for failure to appear on the subpoena.

The head of the US House Oversight Committee, James Comer, pointed out the need to prosecute the son of President Hunter Biden for failing to appear on a subpoena.

“Robert Hunter Biden should be held accountable for failure to appear when subpoenaed,” Comer said in an accompanying report released by the oversight committee.

Comer suggests that the committee approve the report that Hunter Biden should be held in contempt of Congress and that House Speaker Mike Johnson should take steps to ensure his attendance. The Judiciary and Oversight committees are scheduled to meet Jan. 10 to make final recommendations to the House, then lawmakers will vote on a resolution.

In December, the heads of the House Judiciary and Oversight Committees, Jim Jordan and James Comer, announced their intention to initiate proceedings to bring charges of contempt of Congress against Hunter Biden after he ignored the demands of members of the House to appear in closed testimony before Congress in the case of the business dealings of his family and Joe Biden’s involvement in them.


Earlier, the son of the American leader appeared at the Capitol, where he was summoned to testify in the case of impeachment of the head of state. Despite warnings that he could be found guilty of contempt of Congress, Hunter Biden made it clear in a conversation with reporters that he intends to testify only in open hearings, and not behind closed doors, as lawmakers have demanded.