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Republicans in the House Move Forward With Formalizing Biden Impeachment Inquiry

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Republicans in the House, Move Forward With Formalizing , Biden Impeachment Inquiry.
On December 7, the House Rules Committee announced
it will hear a resolution to formalize Republicans' push
for an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden next week. .
ABC reports that House Speaker Mike Johnson
said he believes that the GOP effort is likely
to get the necessary votes to formalize the inquiry.
ABC reports that House Speaker Mike Johnson
said he believes that the GOP effort is likely
to get the necessary votes to formalize the inquiry.
Republicans in the House have alleged that
the president was directly involved with and
benefited from his family's business dealings. .
The White House has dismissed the inquiry as , "extreme politics at its worst.".
Earlier this week, Johnson accused the White House of
"stonewalling" an investigation that was launched by
former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy in September. .
Earlier this week, Johnson accused the White House of
"stonewalling" an investigation that was launched by
former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy in September. .
They're refusing to turn over key
witnesses to allow them to testify
as they've been subpoenaed.
They're refusing to turn over
thousands of documents
for the National Archives. , Mike Johnson, House Speaker, via ABC.
They're refusing to turn over key
witnesses to allow them to testify
as they've been subpoenaed.
They're refusing to turn over
thousands of documents
for the National Archives. , Mike Johnson, House Speaker, via ABC.
The House has no choice,
if it's going to follow its constitutional
responsibility, to formally adopt an
impeachment inquiry on the floor
so that when the subpoenas are
challenged in court we'll be at the
apex of our constitutional authority, Mike Johnson, House Speaker, via ABC.
The House has no choice,
if it's going to follow its constitutional
responsibility, to formally adopt an
impeachment inquiry on the floor
so that when the subpoenas are
challenged in court we'll be at the
apex of our constitutional authority, Mike Johnson, House Speaker, via ABC.
In response, White House spokesperson
Ian Sams refuted the claims that the
administration has obstructed the inquiry. .
Johnson stressed that the upcoming vote is
not to impeach the president, but to allow
lawmakers to "continue on pace" with the inquiry.