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National Archives Will Give Comer Access To Over 1,700 Emails From Joe Biden’s Vice Presidency

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) plans to provide members of the House Oversight Committee with access to more than 1,700 emails of Vice President Joe Biden.

NARA will give the committee access to 1,799 emails and attachments from Biden's time as vice president, totaling 62,610 pages, related to Hunter Biden's dealings with Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings. NARA said in a letter Monday to Oversight Committee Chairman James. Comer obtained from Daily Caller. (Related: National Archives to provide House oversight records related to Joe Biden's email pseudonym)

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Comer sent a letter to NARA in August requesting “unrestricted special access” to email communications between then-Vice President Biden and Hunter Biden and their business associates related to Burisma and Ukraine. did. As part of his request, Comer asked for access to email records under a pseudonym that then-Vice President Biden appears to have used for government purposes. He specifically requested access to “Case Number 2023-0022-F.” It shows Contains records related to Hunter Biden and Ukraine.

In September, Comer sent a letter to NARA requesting access to communications between then-Vice President Biden's staff and Hunter Biden's former business associate. (Related: National Archives identifies key documents related to Joe Biden's apparent email alias)

WILMINGTON, DE – JULY 26: Hunter Biden, son of US President Joe Biden, departs from the J. Caleb Boggs Federal Building on July 26, 2023 in Wilmington, Delaware. Biden pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor tax charges in a deal with prosecutors to avoid prosecution on additional firearms charges. But the federal judge overseeing the case unexpectedly put a hold on Biden's plea deal, delaying Biden's sentencing pending more information from both the prosecution and defense. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

his letter was quoted archived email In December 2015, between Hunter Biden's former business associate Eric Schwerin and a Joe Biden staff member, they said: cooperate Regarding responses to media inquiries regarding Burisma.

The Biden administration has given members of the oversight committee access to several pages of records held by the oversight committee that were the subject of Comer's request, including emails praising Joe Biden and his late son Beau Biden. was allowed. NARA announced in October that it had up to 82,000 potential records related to Joe Biden's apparent email pseudonym.

On Monday, NARA reported to Comer anonymous email communications from Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, Eric Schwerin and Devon, a former business associate of Hunter Biden and another former Burisma board member.・Informed that the committee could be given access to all correspondence with Mr. Archer. testified Submitted to the Oversight Committee in July.

Burisma reportedly paid Hunter Biden $83,333.333 per month to serve on its board of directors. bank records Announced by the monitoring committee. Hunter Biden's Latest Movie: A Ukrainian company slashed Hunter Biden's salary when his father left office. indictment is shown. (Related: Hunter Biden indicted on 9 tax-related charges in California)

“Two intrepid I.R.S. “The White House is trying to appear cooperative in response to what the whistleblower provided.”

“Just last week, President Biden lied again in the face of information that he had interacted with business associates of his family. “All other committee requests related to the investigation must be complied with. Anything less is obstruction,” he added.

WASHINGTON, DC – December 5: Internal Revenue Service Supervisory Special Agent Gary Shapley (second from left) and IRS Criminal Investigator Joseph Ziegler (R), who worked on the federal investigation into Hunter Biden, before the House Ways and Means Committee. arrived at the public hearing. Committee meeting on December 5, 2023, at the Longworth House Office Building in Washington, DC. The Ways and Means Committee is hearing testimony from Internal Revenue Whistleblower Service Oversight Special Agent Gary Shapley and Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigator Joseph Ziegler, both of whom were involved during the five-year investigation into Hunter Biden. , alleging they were prevented from pursuing leads that would lead to more serious charges. , son of President Joe Biden. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

IRS whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler testified Previous testimony before the House Ways and Means Committee on December 5th accused Department of Justice (DOJ) officials of giving Hunter Biden special treatment during an ongoing criminal investigation into Biden's taxes and firearm possession. They gave testimony for a follow-up investigation.

Board of Revenue released Documents provided by Ziegler include: Email metadata It shows then-Vice President Biden communicating one-on-one with Schwerin using the alias “Robinware.”

The two reportedly exchanged more than 50 private emails, most of them from a June 2014 visit by Joe Biden to Ukraine on behalf of the Obama administration. Board of Revenue.

White House Press Secretary Ian Sams on December 1 distributed a memo pushing back against House Republicans who accused the Biden administration of obstructing the impeachment inquiry into President Biden. Sams' argument was based on testimony from Justice Department, FBI and IRS officials about the Hunter Biden case and financial records held by House Republicans.

The House Oversight, Ways and Means, and Judiciary committees are spearheading an impeachment investigation into Joe Biden's role in Hunter Biden's overseas dealings and allegations of whistleblowing at the Internal Revenue Service.

House lawmakers are considering a floor vote to formally authorize the investigation and strengthen its legal powers.

Henry Rogers contributed to this report

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