The House Republican investigation into President Joe Biden's family business dealings has taken a dramatic turn, with lawmakers now probing potential obstruction of justice by the president himself. The focus centers on whether Biden encouraged his son, Hunter Biden, to defy a congressional subpoena issued as part of the impeachment inquiry.
Representatives James Comer and Jim Jordan, the respective chairs of the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees, have formally requested documents from the White House related to any communications between President Biden and Hunter Biden regarding the subpoena. The subpoena called for Hunter Biden to testify behind closed doors. . .