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New York Post
22 Jul 2023


NextImg:House Oversight Committee has ‘more bank records’ linking Bidens to Russia, Ukraine: Comer

The House Oversight Committee has obtained more evidence on President Biden’s family finances — and intends to trace a flow of cash from Russia and Ukraine into the first family’s coffers, according to committee chairman James Comer.

“We have more bank records that we’ve received,” Rep. James Comer (R-Ken.) told Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tx.) Friday on Cruz’s “The Verdict” podcast.

“We’re working on a third memorandum. They will show transactions from Ukraine and Russia.”

“Joe Biden has been selling access to our enemies for decades — long before [first son Hunter Biden] was involved,” Comer said.

At least two unnamed Russian oligarchs have inexplicably escaped US economic sanctions during Biden’s presidency, the Republican said — hinting that his committee intends to connect those figures to payments to the Biden clan.

“I think there are certain policy decisions that Joe Biden has made since he’s been president that the only explanation can be because of the money his family received,” Comer said.

Details of a $10 million bribery scheme alleged by an FBI informant were made public for the first time on Thursday.

But according to Comer, that alleged pay-to-play transaction — outlined by Mykola Zlochevsky, the Ukrainian oligarch who ran the Burisma gas company and put Hunter Biden on its board — is one of many.

But according to Comer, that alleged pay-to-play transaction — outlined by Mykola Zlochevsky, the Ukrainian oligarch who ran the Burisma gas company and put Hunter Biden on its board — is one of many.
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President Biden “has always been cash-strapped, he’s never had a successful career in investing or anything like that,” Comer said.

“But you look at the assets he’s accumulated on a Senate salary, it’s pretty impressive.”

“So you’re saying a classic Corvette doesn’t buy itself?” Cruz broke in sarcastically, ticking off some of the president’s most treasured assets.

“A Delaware beach house doesn’t buy itself?”

During his 36 years in the US Senate, Biden frequently referred to himself as the poorest man in Congress — yet managed to accumulate a sprawling lakeside mansion in Wilmington, Del., a vacation home in Rehoboth Beach, Del., and that vintage 1967 Corvette on his $155,000 senator’s salary and the $225,000 he made each year as former president Barack Obama’s number two.

“I think that Obama knew this was going on towards the end” of his presidency,” Comer told Cruz.

“And I think that’s why Obama didn’t want Biden to run for president.”