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Comer Zeros In On Biden Pseudonym Emails For Impeachment Inquiry

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House Oversight Chairman James Comer has identified three fake names—Robert Peters, Robin Ware, and JRB Ware—as potential pseudonyms used by President Joe Biden for secretive communications during his vice presidency.

Comer has emphasized the importance of obtaining these pseudonym emails, alleging that they were used for communication with Hunter Biden and questionable business associates.

He has accused the White House of withholding 82,000 pages of pseudonym emails and has expressed concerns about Biden’s retention of classified documents. (Trending: Could Taylor Swift Save Biden In 2024?)

A criminal investigation is expected to criticize Biden and his aides for their handling of records, but no charges against the president are anticipated.

Rep. Comer said, “Right now, I think one of the most important amount of documentation that we need are those pseudonym emails.”

“What we did not know until recently was that he was, in fact, using those pseudonym emails to communicate with not just his son, Hunter Biden, but also with his shady business associates,” added the chairman.

Rep. Comer said the GOP has, “subpoena power. We are using that subpoena power in a disciplined and transparent manner to try to get the truth to the American people about whether or not this president is compromised.”

The GOP-led House has voted to formally authorize the impeachment inquiry, and Comer has expressed the intent to depose Biden family business associates, including Hunter Biden.

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