House Republican says Treasury won't hand over Hunter Biden documents unless Democrats join request
BY CATHERINE HERRIDGE, GRAHAM KATES | NBC News | July 7, 2022
A House Republican accused the Treasury Department in a letter Wednesday of running interference for the White House in an effort to stymie efforts to investigate Hunter Biden's finances.
Rep. James Comer, the ranking member of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, cited a June 13 phone call in which "Treasury officials informed Committee Republican staff that they will not provide SARs to Committee Republicans unless Democrats join the request."
"Treasury is refusing to release suspicious activity reports connected with Hunter Biden or his family and associates—including the President," Comer wrote in his letter to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.