House Republicans re-subpoena Hunter Biden to lockdown his promise to give closed-door testimony | 15 Jan 2024 | The chairmen of the House Judiciary and Oversight committees sent a letter earlier this weekend to Hunter Biden's legal team saying they will re-file subpoenas for Biden to give closed-door testimony but made clear they consider their original request to be adequate. They sent the letter Sunday after Biden attorney Abbe Lowell argued earlier this months the subpoenas were legally invalid. "As an accommodation to Mr. Biden and at your request, we are prepared to issue subpoenas compelling Mr. Biden's appearance at a deposition on a new date in the coming weeks," Oversight Chairman James Comer and Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan wrote in a letter Lowell. "The issuance of these subpoenas does not in any way suggest or imply that the Committees believe the assertions in your January 12 letter to have any merit."

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