In recent news, the White House has taken issue with Republican Congressman James Comer's efforts to investigate the Biden family's business dealings in China. The White House released a statement accusing Comer of leading a “sham” investigation and engaging in a “partisan fishing expedition” without producing any evidence to support his claims of wrongdoing. The statement also claimed that the GOP was using the investigation to distract from more pressing issues, such as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
This latest development is part of an ongoing saga surrounding the Biden family's business ties in China. During the 2020 election campaign, then-candidate Joe Biden faced allegations of corruption related to his son Hunter Biden's business dealings in Ukraine and China. The allegations were largely dismissed by mainstream media outlets, but they have continued to be a point of controversy among conservatives.
The White House's statement is notable for its strong language, which accuses Comer and the GOP of engaging in baseless attacks against the President and his family. It also reaffirms the administration's commitment to transparency and ethical behavior, which it claims is in stark contrast to the previous administration's approach. As the controversy surrounding the Biden family's business dealings continues to simmer, how much impact it will have on the President's ability to govern effectively remains to be seen.
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The White House is accusing House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman James Comer of leading an “evidence-free, politically-motivated” investigation into the Biden family just as Comer is set to provide an update on his investigation.
Comer, R-Ky., was planning a press conference for Wednesday at 9 a.m. to describe the latest details of his committee’s probe of the Biden family’s foreign business dealings.
In a memo provided to Fox News Digital by the White House, spokesperson Ian Sams wrote that Comer’s “absurd innuendo ignores reality.”