National Archives to Release Over 62,000 Pages of Records on Biden's Emails, Including Aliases and Hunter Biden

National Archives to Release Over 62,000 Pages of Records on Biden's Emails, Including Aliases and Hunter Biden

The National Archives is set to release over 62,000 pages of additional records in response to requests from House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer.

These records include communications involving President Biden’s use of email aliases and information related to Hunter Biden, Fox News Digital reports. The documents are expected to be handed over to the committee in the coming days, supplementing the more than 20,000 pages of records from Biden’s vice-presidential tenure that have already been made public.

Comer, a Republican from Kentucky, had initially requested unredacted emails concerning communications between President Biden and Hunter Biden’s business associates.

The National Archives is expected to provide unrestricted special access to a case record titled “Records on Hunter Biden, James Biden, and Their Foreign Business Dealings.” This case record became public due to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by America First Legal.

Specifically, Comer sought documents or communications containing pseudonyms for Joe Biden, such as Robert Peters, Robin Ware, and JRB Ware.

He also requested information involving Hunter Biden and his associates Eric Schwerin and Devon Archer. Other inquiries included drafts of Biden’s 2015 speech to the Ukrainian Rada, official communications from his vice-presidential office to Schwerin, Archer, or Jeffrey Cooper, records related to travel, and calendars.

Comer criticized the White House for what he described as an inadequate response to document requests, stating, “The Biden White House still has an ‘F’ in document production to the Oversight Committee.” He referred to information provided by IRS whistleblowers that allegedly revealed Joe Biden used an alias as vice president to communicate directly with Hunter Biden’s business associate.

President Biden denied these allegations, calling them lies. The White House has been stepping up criticism of the impeachment inquiry, attempting to link the GOP to members he says are far right.

Comer insisted that the White House must comply with all requests for records from Biden’s vice-presidential tenure and other committee requests related to the impeachment inquiry. The House Oversight Committee is expected to continue its investigation, including a deposition of Eric Schwerin on November 9.


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