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Archives to Divulge 62K Biden Records, Including Alias Emails

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The National Archives will release 62,000 records to the House impeachment inquiry, potentially containing evidence of President Joe Biden’s involvement in his family’s business.

The documents are expected to include information related to Biden’s alias emails.

House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer criticized the Biden White House for its document production and emphasized the need for compliance with requests for records related to the impeachment inquiry. (Trending: Biden Bank Records Reveal Another Massive Bombshell)

“The Biden White House still has an ‘F’ in document production to the Oversight Committee,” said Rep. Comer.

“Just today, President Biden lied again when confronted with information that he interacted with his family’s business associates,” he continued.

Adding, “The White House must comply with all of our requests for records from Joe Biden’s time as vice president and all other committee requests related to the impeachment inquiry.”

Rep. Comer requested the Archives provide any document or communication regarding Joe Biden’s four aliases: Robert Peters, Robin Ware, JRB Ware, and Auks.

The Oversight Committee also requested information on communications between Hunter Biden and business associates Eric Schwerin or Devon Archer.

The probe into the Biden family revealed financial transactions involving Joe Biden, James Biden, Hunter Biden, and other family members.

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Archives to Divulge 62K Biden Records, Including Alias Emails

This article was originally published at StateOfUnion.org. Publications approved for syndication have permission to republish this article, such as Microsoft News, Yahoo News, Newsbreak, UltimateNewswire and others. To learn more about syndication opportunities, visit About Us.

The National Archives will release 62,000 records to the House impeachment inquiry, potentially containing evidence of President Joe Biden’s involvement in his family’s business.

The documents are expected to include information related to Biden’s alias emails.

House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer criticized the Biden White House for its document production and emphasized the need for compliance with requests for records related to the impeachment inquiry. (Trending: Biden Bank Records Reveal Another Massive Bombshell)

“The Biden White House still has an ‘F’ in document production to the Oversight Committee,” said Rep. Comer.

“Just today, President Biden lied again when confronted with information that he interacted with his family’s business associates,” he continued.

Adding, “The White House must comply with all of our requests for records from Joe Biden’s time as vice president and all other committee requests related to the impeachment inquiry.”

Rep. Comer requested the Archives provide any document or communication regarding Joe Biden’s four aliases: Robert Peters, Robin Ware, JRB Ware, and Auks.

The Oversight Committee also requested information on communications between Hunter Biden and business associates Eric Schwerin or Devon Archer.

The probe into the Biden family revealed financial transactions involving Joe Biden, James Biden, Hunter Biden, and other family members.

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