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Biden Impeachment Inquiry Vote Could Come Next Week

via MSNBC

House Republicans are planning to vote to formalize the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden’s family’s foreign business dealings, aiming to strengthen their position in potential legal battles over subpoenas.

The vote is expected to take place next week, with most members in a closed-door meeting supporting the move.

Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) weighed in on the House GOP’s efforts to hold a vote on an impeachment inquiry into President Biden. (Trending: Another Major Company Goes Woke And Goes Broke)

Johnson said Congress “has a duty” to bring the issue to the floor. “The evidence is so clear you cannot look away,” Johnson said.

House Democrats released a five-page memo that criticized Republicans’ investigation into Biden exchanging political favor for money while vice president.

Democrats claim the evidence “shows no wrongdoing by President Biden, much less an impeachable offense, and time and again, has proven the core allegations against the President to be false.”

However, some moderate Republicans have expressed hesitancy, while House Democrats have criticized the allegations against Biden, stating that the evidence shows no wrongdoing or impeachable offense.

“That’s the plan,” Rep. Ralph Norman, R-S.C., said, referring to formalizing the impeachment.

“They said we’ll only give you documents if you have a vote on an inquiry, so I feel like we have to vote yes, and it’s different than an impeachment itself,” said Rep. Don Bacon, R-Neb.

Liberal Republican Reps. Ken Buck of Colorado and Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania have signaled that they are still hesitant to move forward with a formal impeachment.

“Buck said he had not seen anything yet that would bring him to vote for the inquiry,” the report found.

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