‘Bad Faith’: Treasury Department Obstructing Investigation Into Biden Family Finances, House Republican Says

House Oversight Committee James Comer (R-KY) accused the Biden administration of “operating in bad faith” and obstructing his committee’s investigation into the Biden family’s finances.

Comer said in a letter to the Treasury Department on Monday that the department has been suspiciously slow to respond to committee requests for Suspicious Activity Reports filed over deals members of President Joe Biden’s family made with foreign businessmen.

“During the Committee’s dialogue with Treasury, you have made several excuses for Treasury’s delay regarding this production,” Comer wrote. “Given the amount of time that has passed since our initial request and Treasury’s inability to provide a projected timeframe when the [suspicious activity reports] will be produced, the Committee believes Treasury may be delaying its production to hinder our investigation and operating in bad faith.”

The Treasury Department is obstructing our investigation into the Biden family’s business schemes.

We are done with the excuses.
@RepJamesComer is calling on @USTreasury to testify on March 10 about the department’s failure to produce documents. pic.twitter.com/H7TQ1Hole4

— Oversight Committee (@GOPoversight) February 27, 2023


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