A Senate committee has been able to verify the materials it has reviewed so far from Tony Bobulinski, a former Hunter Biden business partner, according to a report on Wednesday.
Bobulinski provided the materials to the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, The Daily Caller reported.
A spokesperson for Committee Chairman Sen. Ron Johnson told the outlet that what had been reviewed so far turned out to be legitimate, and that the committee hadn’t come across any evidence to suggest the content is false.
Bobulinski — who has accused Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden of lying about involvement in his son’s overseas business deals — was set to be interviewed by the FBI and by the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee and Senate Finance Committee.
Committee Chairmen Johnson and Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) said in a joint statement last week they invited five people named in emails, first reported by The Post, about Hunter Biden’s dealings in China and Ukraine.
However, Johnson won’t call Bobulinski to testify before the Nov. 3 election, while the committee continues to review all the information he provided, according to the Daily Caller.
It wasn’t immediately clear exactly what materials were being reviewed.
Bobulinski on Thursday showed reporters three phones that he said spanned 2015 to 2018, saying they were evidence that he would provide the FBI.
He’s also publicly released more than 900 documents, including e-mails and memos, tied to a failed business venture of his and Hunter’s that he said involved the elder Biden.
The two Senate committees issued an 87-page report last month on Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings. The report did not accuse Joe Biden of wrongdoing.
Johnson’s office didn’t immediately return a request for comment from The Post on Wednesday night.
Additional reporting by Steven Nelson
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