The U.S. House is closing in on Biden impeachment inquiry, according to this report.
Yes, the House Oversight Committee has been leading the impeachment effort against President Joe Biden. However, according to Representative McClain, the committee has not yet gathered enough evidence to support the impeachment effort.
The House Republicans are considering taking a formal vote on the matter to strengthen their impeachment inquiry. The conference plans to depose Hunter Biden in December and is working to tie up other threads before January, when advocates hope they can start moving toward a vote.
In the latest development, the House Republicans are preparing to enter the last stage of their impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden. The committee chairmen are focusing on a remaining list of high-profile interviews and starting to strategize over a final report that will likely include criminal referrals and serve as their bedrock for potential impeachment articles.
The GOP remains in a tense spot, with centrists signaling that the party’s investigation hasn’t yet met their bar for an impeachment vote and the right flank ratcheting up pressure to move forward.
The Republicans would likely accuse the president of improperly using his political office to further his family’s business dealings — though they haven’t yet found a smoking gun to that effect and some members acknowledge that seems increasingly unlikely.
Impeachment advocates are still probing other issues as well, such as the federal investigation that resulted in a failed plea deal for Hunter Biden. The conference plans to depose Hunter Biden in December and is working to tie up other threads before January, when advocates hope they can start moving toward a vote.
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