As the investigation into the business dealings of Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, continues to gain momentum, all eyes are on the U.S. Attorney for Delaware, David C. Weiss, and his top deputy, Lesley F. Wolf.
But another key figure in the probe is Thomas J. Comer, a veteran prosecutor who has been tasked with leading the investigation into Hunter Biden’s taxes.
Comer, who has been with the U.S. Attorney’s office in Delaware for more than two decades, is facing a make-or-break moment in his career. The outcome of the investigation could have a significant impact on his future prospects, both within the Justice Department and beyond.
If Comer is able to build a strong case against Hunter Biden, it could be a major feather in his cap, demonstrating his ability to handle high-profile cases and potentially opening up new career opportunities.
On the other hand, if the investigation fails to produce any significant charges, it could be a major setback for Comer, potentially damaging his reputation and limiting his future prospects.
Despite the high stakes, Comer has remained largely quiet about the investigation, declining to comment on the case or his role in it.
But as the investigation continues to unfold, all eyes will be on Comer and his team, as they work to uncover the truth about Hunter Biden’s business dealings and determine whether any laws were broken.
For Comer, this is a moment of truth, one that could define his career for years to come.