It follows reports that Hunter Biden's newfound art career could see him pocket as much as $500,000 for a painting.
Republicans on the House Oversight Committee accused the president son, brother Frank and sister Valerie of using Biden's position to line their own pockets.
'Reports regarding President Biden’s family members attempting to profit from their proximity to the White House have been disturbing and recurring,' wrote Ranking Member James Comer and the Republican lawmakers.
'Unfortunately, these reports of President Biden using his former official positions of public trust to swell the coffers of his family members are widespread, and any hope the pattern of family self-dealing would finally stop when he assumed the presidency has been dashed.'Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
House Republicans on the oversight committee have written to the White House and the National Archives asking for documents and communications about Biden family business interests. They say their concerns were triggered by Hunter Biden's newfound art career that promises lucrative returns
'Self Portrait; by Hunter Biden. Some art experts say his large oil paintings could sell for as much as $500,000, triggering a fresh ethics row
Republicans have also raised questions about Biden's sister, Valerie Biden Owens, and her deal to write a memoir. 'This pattern - which appears to be nothing short of a cash-grab - continues beyond President Biden’s children,' they wrote
House Republicans asked for documents relating to Hunter Biden's artwork, a list of past and ongoing foreign business interests of members of the Biden family, a list of their speaking engagements, and any policies designed to ensure they do not profit from the presidency
Details of the letters, sent to the White House Counsel’s Office and the National Archives and Records Administration, were first reported by Fox News.
The White House has come under pressure to explain how it intends to ensure that buyers of Hunter