House Oversight panel to probe China money to university where Biden worked, classified memos found

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The chairman of the main House investigative committee announced Thursday that he is expanding his probe of the Biden family to examine the University of Pennsylvania’s reliance on Chinese donations during the time it employed President Joe Biden and hosted his think tank, where classified documents were recently found improperly stored.

House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman James Comer announced the decision after Just the News reported Wednesday night that the Ivy League university, affectionately known as Penn, collected $67.6 million in donations from Chinese sources between 2013 and 2019, two-thirds of it while employing Joe Biden as a guest professor and hosting his Penn Biden Center.

The university’s faculty later successfully pressured the Biden Justice Department to end the FBI’s primary Chinese counterespionage effort — known as the China Initiative — that sought to root out spies in U.S. academia.

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