Article originally appeared on nypost.com.
First son Hunter Biden on Wednesday missed a midnight deadline to provide records about his overseas business interests to the House Oversight Committee — setting the stage for a subpoena and potential legal battle.
A committee spokesperson told The Post that Hunter attorney Abbe Lowell is still refusing to provide the records requested by Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.), the panel’s chairman.
Similar requests were made by Comer of first brother James Biden and Eric Schwerin, a onetime business associate of Hunter Biden.
“We have received correspondence from the attorneys representing Hunter Biden and James Biden,” the spokesperson told The Post. “We are also in contact with Eric Schwerin’s attorney and expect him to start producing documents to the Oversight Committee soon.”
Neither Lowell nor reps for James Biden and Eric Schwerin immediately responded to requests for comment.
Comer said Feb. 8 that documents …
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