Comer moving forward with public impeachment hearing 'with or without' Hunter Biden | 15 March 2024 | House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer urged Hunter Biden on Friday to show up to next week's public impeachment inquiry hearing that the first son had previously demanded, vowing that it will be held "with or without" him. Biden, 54, rejected an invitation Wednesday to take part in the March 20 hearing related to his father's alleged role in the family's business dealings, with his lawyer blasting it as a "carnival sideshow" and arguing that the first son has a scheduling conflict because of a court date in California the next day. "The only conclusion that one can reach is that Mr. Biden knows his public testimony would not withstand scrutiny," Comer (R-Ky.) told attorney Abbe Lowell, in a letter released by the Oversight Committee.

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