U.S. President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden on Tuesday offered to testify publicly in the House Republican impeachment inquiry of his father’s Democratic administration, while a leading lawmaker stuck to his demand of testimony behind closed doors.
Escalating a months-long investigation across three congressional committees, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives launched an impeachment inquiry into Biden in September, which focuses on Hunter Biden’s business dealings.
House Republicans allege Biden and his family improperly traded access to Biden’s office as vice president in President Barack Obama’s administration. The White House denies wrongdoing.
As part of the inquiry, the House Oversight Committee has subpoenaed Hunter Biden, 53, to appear before the panel in a closed-door interview on Dec. 13. The panel also subpoenaed the president’s brother, his late son’s widow, and Hunter Biden’s business associates, among others.
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