Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, has been ordered by an Arkansas County judge to answer questions under oath about his financial situation in the child support case against the mother of his daughter.
Biden will have to answer questions from the mother's legal team under oath in an interview scheduled for June ahead of the trial in July.
The case has attracted the attention of Republicans, as it could reveal important information about how much Biden is earning from his stake in BHR Partners, a Chinese state-backed investment fund.
That fund has caught Republicans' attention, as it was created just days after then-Vice President Joe Biden and Hunter Biden visited China in 2013.
House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) is also interested in uncovering who bought Hunter Biden's amateur art pieces. Comer stated, "I’m also anxious to see how much money that Hunter Biden’s made from selling his high-priced artwork. And if we can find out who in fact was buying that artwork."
Biden's familial issues are of no interest to the nation, but his financial situation is, as many suspect he has been enriching himself and the rest of the Biden family by selling access to the White House.