House could punt Hunter Biden contempt vote if president’s son will ‘genuinely cooperate’

The House Oversight Committee will recommend that House leadership not hold Hunter Biden in contempt of Congress if he shows a willingness to comply with the new subpoena they are expected to issue.

Hunter Biden was first subpoenaed in November to sit for a deposition in December as part of House Republicans’ impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, but he defied the subpoena and did not sit for his deposition and instead read a statement to the media outside the Capitol saying he would only testify in a public hearing.

Then, both the Oversight and House Judiciary committees voted to advance contempt of Congress charges against Hunter Biden after a dramatic hearing in which the president’s son made an appearance.

After they advanced the package, Hunter Biden’s lawyer Read more…

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