Former Hunter Biden associate to sit for closed-door testimony with House Oversight committee
Devon Archer is set to testify about the younger Biden’s business dealings.
A former close business associate of Hunter Biden is expected to sit for closed-door testimony with the House Oversight committee next week, sources confirm to ABC News, as Republicans continue their investigations into President Joe Biden and his family.
Devon Archer is set to speak to GOP lawmakers behind closed doors on Monday, and will provide details related to the president’s sons’ business dealings in Ukraine, a source said.
In June, the committee subpoenaed Archer to appear for a deposition because he “played a significant role in the Biden family’s business deals abroad, including but not limited to China, Russia, and Ukraine,” according to the subpoena.
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Republicans on the committee have long claimed that President Biden was more involved in his son’s business dealings than he has disclosed — and Monday’s interview with Archer will likely be the latest attempt for Republicans to back up those claims.
During his 2020 campaign Biden told reporters, “I have never discussed with my son or my brother or anyone else, anything having to do with their businesses.”