Hunter Biden will eventually be questioned in a closed-door deposition on a date set by the House Republicans, following months of negotiations with the Democrats over the conditions of his testimony. The date of February 28 was officially declared by Jim Jordan (R-OH), chairman of the Judiciary Committee, and James Comer (R-KY), chairman of the House Oversight Committee. As he appears before the committees, the son of President Joe Biden, the Republican Party's star impeachment witness, is preparing to be questioned.
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The chairmen expressed their eagerness for the forthcoming deposition of Hunter Biden, underscoring its critical role in their inquiry into the purported misconduct of the Biden family. However, the excitement does not end there; they also disclosed their intentions to conduct interviews with Eric Schwerin and Mervyn Yan, both of whom are affiliated with the Biden family business, in the future weeks. The Republican Party is diligently investigating every aspect in an effort to uncover the truth.
Following the November issuance of a subpoena for Hunter Biden's testimony by Comer and Jordan, the decision was made to schedule his deposition. Abbe Lowell, the attorney for Hunter Biden, obstructed their strategy by stipulating that his client would provide testimony exclusively in public. Lowell posited that the Republicans' goal in selectively disclosing information from a closed-door interview was to manipulate the media. However, it appears that the situation has changed, and Hunter Biden will soon be confronted with difficult queries behind closed doors.
The Republicans remain resolute in their determination to expose any possible impropriety that may have occurred within the Biden household. Anticipate additional updates as this narrative progresses. The truth is known to exist, and the Republican Party is resolved to expose it.