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April 4, 2024

An attorney for one of the two IRS whistleblowers who alleged a Justice Department cover-up in the tax investigation of Hunter Biden accused Attorney General Merrick Garland Thursday of allowing conflicts of interests that have led to alleged retaliation against his clients — and prosecutors aiding the president’s son in criminal cases.

In a letter obtained by The Post, Empower Oversight president Tristan Leavitt demanded Garland “put a stop” to any retaliation against the IRS agents and eliminate conflicts of interest related to cases involving the first son.

“On issues related to the whistleblowers, Department attorneys and Hunter Biden’s attorneys are simply not adversarial in these cases,” Leavitt said. “They are acting as if they are on the same side.”

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