By FARNOUSH AMIRI
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans have renewed an investigation into the art dealings of Hunter Biden, pushing for details as part of the party’s long-promised probe of President Joe Biden and his family. On Wednesday, new House Oversight chairman James Comer issued a letter to Georges Bergès, the art dealer who has been showcasing Hunter Biden’s work in galleries in New York and Los Angeles since 2021. He requested communications between the gallery and the White House as well as testimony over concerns the younger Biden is trading on his father’s name. The White House counsel’s office and a representative for Hunter Biden did not immediately return requests for comment.