Moscow, April 20 – The Wall Street Journal reported, citing sources, that an IRS official said he had information that the US administration was “improperly” investigating Hunter, the son of President Joe Biden.
According to her, this person claims to have data indicating that “preferential treatment and policies improperly influence” decisions and protocols that would be taken “in similar circumstances if the subject had no political ties.” It is noteworthy that this came in a letter sent by the lawyer of this tax officer on Tuesday to Congress.
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Hunter Biden’s name was not mentioned in the letter, but according to the newspaper’s sources, it relates to him.
The White House referred a request for comment to the Department of Justice or the Internal Revenue Service. The Department of Justice and the Delaware Attorney’s Office, which is investigating the matter, declined to comment. An IRS spokesperson and a spokesperson for Hunter Biden did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Last October, the Washington Post reported, citing sources, that federal agents investigating Hunter, the son of US President Joe Biden, had collected sufficient evidence to accuse him of tax crimes and perjury related to the purchase of weapons.
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