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Anti-Trump Republican Ken Buck Unsure About Biden Impeachment: ‘There Is No Direct Evidence’

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The GOP-led House is set to vote on formalizing an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden.

Representative Ken Buck expressed his struggle with the decision, citing concerns over the White House’s response to subpoenas and the lack of direct evidence linking Biden to his son’s activities.

The impeachment probe focuses on potential corruption in the Biden family’s business practices and the Department of Justice’s handling of a criminal probe into Hunter Biden. (Trending: LeBron James Shares Gun Advice For Americans)

House Republicans have proposed a resolution to formalize the inquiry, aiming to combat alleged White House “stonewalling.”

Buck, among other GOP skeptics, emphasized the need for compelling evidence before proceeding with the impeachment inquiry.

“I’m struggling right now, I have to tell you,” Buck said.

“On the one hand, I have come out strongly and said there is no direct evidence linking President Biden to the activities of Hunter Biden.”

“And I have, at the same time, the White House who recently sent a letter after these committees issued subpoenas to the White House,” Buck said.

“The White House sent a letter back and said, you haven’t held an impeachment inquiry vote yet, and we’re not going to give you any records until you pass an impeachment inquiry.”

“I think that is an absolutely wrong position and it’s a delay tactic which would necessitate Congress going to the courts and having the courts enforce the subpoenas.”

“So, I wish the White House hadn’t done that. I don’t think there is direct evidence.”

“I’m struggling, and I want to read the resolution before making a final decision on whether to vote for it or not.”

“I also think that the evidence does not warrant an impeachment at this point,” Buck said.

“We are talking about an impeachment inquiry, and that is a more formal way of beginning the process. I still have reservations about that until you have some evidence that links Joe Biden’s actions with the money that Hunter Biden received.”

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