Publisher's Note: This post appears here courtesy of the The Daily Wire. The author of this post is Virginia Kruta.
IRS public affairs officer Justin Cole reportedly took a call from CNN two years ago, during which he was informed the network had an email from Hunter Biden claiming that he expected his legal troubles to "go away"
once his father became president.
The House Ways and Means Committee released a series of documents on Thursday, all pertaining to Hunter Biden's efforts to sell the Biden family "brand"
and tying President Joe Biden to his son's business dealings.
"Documents show Hunter Biden and his business associates had access to the White House and Joe Biden's advisors; Biden business associates were instructed to not 'mention Joe being involved'; and official trips to Ukraine line up U.S. government actions and Hunter Biden's financial bottom line. And, after the IRS began investigating these crimes, Hunter apparently 'expected all of this 'stuff' to go away when his dad becomes President,'"
the committee wrote in a press release.
According to the document released by the committee on Thursday, Cole sent an email to two of the IRS agents investigating Hunter Biden on September 22, 2021, and detailed what he had learned from a CNN producer.
- Producer is aware of a witness who was recently interviewed by our agents and FBI in Delaware. Witness told producer that he was under the impression that they were wrapping things up and just had a few basic questions to "put a bow on the investigation."
- Producer has an email from Hunter saying he expected all of this "stuff" to go away when his dad becomes president.
- Producer said he is aware that a plea deal has been offered to Hunter but Hunter is not willing to accept it.
The committee did not say when the email from Hunter Biden had been sent, nor was it clear how CNN obtained it.