House Republicans are demanding that the FBI release another FD-1023 document related to bribery allegations against President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) made the revelation in a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray. Jordan alleged in the letter that the FBI file, created in March 2017, contains information from a confidential human source about alleged foreign payments to the Biden family.

“Pursuant to the House’s impeachment inquiry into President Biden, as well as the Committee’s Constitutional oversight authority over the Department of Justice, we write to request that you produce an FBI FD-1023 form (‘FD-1023’) dated March 1, 2017, concerning a confidential human source (CHS) report about payments made to the Biden family from foreign entities,” Jordan wrote in his letter. “The requested FD-1023 is referenced in a second FD-1023 from June 2020 detailing bribery allegations that involve President Biden and his son, Hunter. The Committee requires this document to evaluate whether sufficient grounds exist to consider drafting articles of impeachment.”

Jordan, in his letter to Wray, cites the testimony of former U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania Scott Brady. Brady was responsible for vetting Ukraine-related information in 2020 under then-Attorney General Bill Barr’s orders.

“Prior to Mr. Brady’s engagement on the 2017 FD-1023, the FBI knew that it had a CHS that had information related to Hunter Biden’s work on Burisma’s Board of Directors, but it was not until U.S. Attorney Brady and his team found this link that the FBI reached out to the CHS for additional information,” Jordan’s letter continued. “Based on the information in the 2020 FD-1023 and Mr. Brady’s testimony on the CHS’s credibility, it is crucial for the Committee to obtain the original 2017 FD-1023. Because the 2020 FD-1023 includes such serious allegations of bribery and the involvement of President Biden in Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings and because materials in the 2017 FD-1023 led to the development of the 2020 FD-1023, the Committee needs access [to] the 2017 FD-1023.”

Jordan has given the FBI until Jan. 19 to comply with his request.