FBI Director Christopher Wray is set to meet with House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer, R-Ky., after Comer threatened him with contempt proceedings for refusing to produce documents to the panel allegedly detailing a pay-to-play scheme involving then-Vice President Joe Biden, reports Fox News.
“I received word that the FBI director is committed to meet with me next week in Washington and we can discuss this,” Comer said on Fox News on Wednesday night. “But nothing’s going to change with respect to holding him in contempt of Congress if he doesn’t turn over the document.”
A whistleblower told Congress that the document shows then-Vice President Biden was involved in a criminal scheme with a foreign national. The form, FD-1023, dated June 30, 2020, said the foreign national paid $5 million to receive a desired policy outcome.
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