The FBI on Monday refused to comply with a congressional subpoena requesting a document that allegedly details a pay-to-play scheme involving President Joe Biden when he served as vice president.
During a briefing between the House Oversight Committee and members of FBI staff, it was revealed the agency has once again failed to comply with a congressional subpoena requesting an unclassified record that purportedly discloses a pay-to-play scheme involving the then-vice president in a foreign country, the New York Post reported.
FBI refuses to provide subpoenaed document on alleged Biden ‘criminal scheme’ https://t.co/6sNxEyuNVK
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Senate Budget Committee ranking member Sen. Chuck Grassley and House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. James Comer initially sent letters to the FBI on May 3, requesting the agency turn over an FD-1023 form that allegedly details the scheme, which a whistleblower reportedly brought to Grassley’s attention.