House Committee: Biden Family Received Over $10 Million From Foreign Nationals

The House Oversight and Accountability Committee, led by Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., released a memo ahead of his press conference on Wednesday stating that the Biden family and its business associates formed more than 20 companies and received over $10 million from foreign nationals while Joe Biden served as vice president. The memo also warned that some of these payments could indicate attempts by the Biden family to “peddle influence.” The committee has subpoenaed four different banks as part of its probe and received “thousands of records in response.” The Biden family appeared to take steps to “conceal the source and total amount received from the foreign companies,” according to the memo. The committee found that six additional Biden family members “may have benefited” from Hunter’s business dealings. The memo included a breakdown of the transactions from Chinese and Romanian nationals and companies. The committee is investigating “the opaque corporate structure of particular Biden-affiliated companies, those companies’ complicated connections with each other, whether these companies maintained books and records, and why certain foreign nationals sought to partner with and engage in businesses with specific Biden family members and their companies.” The committee said it already sees signs that the Biden family may have collected money from foreign nationals trying to influence U.S. policy.