United States President Joe Biden's son Hunter offered on Tuesday to publicly testify before the US Congress as part of the House Oversight Committee's impeachment investigation of his father, despite the panel seeking a private hearing.
"Your empty investigation has gone on too long wasting too many better-used resources. It should come to an end," Hunter Biden's lawyer Abbe Lowell said in a letter to the panel's chair, James Comer. "Consequently, Mr. Biden will appear at such a public hearing on the date you noticed, December 13, or any date in December that we can arrange," he added.
Earlier this month, Comer subpoenaed Hunter Biden, as well as President Biden's brother James, to testify behind closed doors.