Hunter Biden Spotted at White House Easter Egg Roll as GOP Considers Criminal Referrals

Hunter Biden Spotted at White House Easter Egg Roll as GOP Considers Criminal Referrals

Hunter Biden joined his father at Monday’s White House Easter Egg Roll, raising eyebrows amid ongoing GOP scrutiny over the Biden family’s corruption.

Accompanied by his wife, Melissa Cohen, and their son, Beau, Hunter was photographed arriving at the White House on Sunday evening after spending the Easter weekend at Camp David with the first family. The family was seen disembarking from Marine One at Fort McNair in Washington, D.C.

This public appearance comes as House Republicans, particularly those on the Oversight and Judiciary committees, consider potential criminal referrals to the Department of Justice regarding the Bidens’ activities. Reports suggest that Chair James Comer, R-Ky., is contemplating such referrals following recent hearings on alleged Biden family corruption, Fox reports.

Testimony from former business associates of Hunter Biden in these hearings shed light on his involvement in his son’s business dealings, a matter the White House has tried to ignore. While Comer has not identified specific targets for potential referrals, they are seen as a means for Republicans to address concerns about alleged influence-peddling without pursuing impeachment.

Hunter Biden’s attendance at the White House event follows his participation in a controversial New York City fundraiser held on the same day as the wake for a slain NYPD officer. This public presence raises questions, especially given previous criticism of the administration’s transparency regarding Hunter’s activities.

While some of Hunter’s recent engagements have been ceremonial, his past use of such events for personal financial gain has drawn scrutiny, particularly during the Obama administration.

The Biden family’s actions continue to be under the microscope as Republicans seek accountability for alleged wrongdoing, highlighting ongoing tensions within Washington’s political landscape.


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