By: MARY CLARE JALONICK, Associated Press
Published: Mar 11, 2020 / 04:03 PM EDT / Updated: Mar 11, 2020 / 04:03 PM EDT
A Republican-led Senate committee has postponed a subpoena vote as an element of its research into previous Vice President Joe Biden’s son, although the president for the panel claims the probe associated with the Democratic presidential front-runner will move ahead.
The Senate Homeland safety and political Affairs Committee scrapped a vote Wednesday for a subpoena to interview and acquire papers from the witness when you look at the panel’s probe of Burisma, a gasoline business in Ukraine that paid Hunter Biden to act as a board user. The topic of the subpoena, Andrii Telizhenko, ended up being a consultant up to a lobbying company that caused Burisma.
In an email to committee users, Senate Homeland protection and political Affairs Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said the committee will rather subpoena the lobbying firm, Blue Star techniques, right to receive the papers. Devamını oku