Hunter Biden Business Partner Flips, Now 'Cooperating' With GOP Investigators


by Tyler Durden

"He is cooperating with us," House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) told the outlet.

"His attorneys and my counsel are communicating on a regular basis. Now, I feel confident that he's going to work with us, and provide us with the information that we have requested," Comer continued. "I think that Schwerwin is going to be a very valuable witness for us in this investigation."

Of note, Schwerin, the former president of Hunter Biden's now-dissolved investment firm Rosemont Seneca Partners, visited the White House at least 19 times from 2009 to 2015, according to White House visitor log records reviewed by The Epoch Times and first reported by the New York Post.

Schwerin's cooperation comes after the committee received word that Hunter and his uncle, James Biden, don't plan to be forthcoming with all the information Comer's committee has sought in their wide-ranging probe.

According to Comer, subpoenas are imminent for non-cooperating witnesses.

"We know individuals, many are cooperating with us now, but others, not so much," he said. "We're going to start subpoenaing people in the private sector, we're going to start subpoenaing financial institutions to get us the information. And then we'll go from there."

Comer then suggested that if innocent, Hunter Biden would want to clear his name in front of the committee.

"He could come in front of the House Oversight Committee right now and defend his good name," Comer said. "He would have 20 Democrats that would definitely support him, and he could make 26 Republicans look bad if all this information we have from his laptop, all the emails that were in his own words, all the audio that are in his own voice, if for some reason we're misinterpreting that, then he could make us look bad.