Joe Biden won’t be able to hide in his basement forever.
The Washinton Examiner reports:
The Republican-led panel investigating the business activities of Hunter Biden is poised to authorize subpoenas for current and former advisers to his father, former Vice President Joe Biden, who is now the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
In addition to Biden, former Secretary of State John Kerry may find himself on the hot seat as well.
Sen. Ron Johnson, who leads the Senate Homeland Security Committee, is seeking testimony from Antony Blinken, a senior foreign policy adviser on the Biden campaign and former deputy secretary of state, Amos Hochstein, former special envoy for international energy, and former State Department officials Victoria Nuland and Catherine Novelli.
The committee will also interview David Wade, former chief of staff to Secretary of State John Kerry, according to Politico. The subpoenas may be authorized as soon as Wednesday, during the committee’s next meeting.
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