By: MARY CLARE JALONICK, Associated Press
Published: Mar 11, 2020 / 04:03 PM EDT / Updated: Mar 11, 2020 / 04:03 PM EDT
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., talks to reporters as he gets to the Capitol in Washington, Monday, Jan. 27, 2020, throughout the impeachment test of President Donald Trump on charges of punishment of energy and obstruction of Congress. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)
A Republican-led Senate committee has postponed a subpoena vote included in its research into previous Vice President Joe Biden’s son, although the president associated with panel claims the probe associated with the Democratic front-runner that is presidential move ahead.
The Senate Homeland safety and political Affairs Committee scrapped a vote on a subpoena to interview and obtain documents from a witness in the panel’s probe of Burisma, a gas company in Ukraine that paid Hunter Biden to serve as a board member wednesday. The subject of the subpoena, Andrii Telizhenko, ended up being a consultant to a lobbying company that caused Burisma.
In an email to committee users, Senate Homeland safety and political Affairs Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., stated the committee will subpoena the lobbying instead firm, Blue Star techniques, right to receive the papers.
There’s no proof of wrongdoing because of the Bidens, and Hunter Biden has rejected utilizing their impact along with his dad to assist Burisma. متابعة قراءة “Senate panel postpones subpoena vote in Hunter B Politics. As Democrats have criticized the probe, Johnson has insisted their committee’s research is certainly not governmental.”