OAN’s Stephanie Stahl
1:34 PM – Tuesday, September 19, 2023
House Republicans are moving forward with their impeachment inquiry, setting dates for the first hearing on President Joe Biden’s corruption and abuse of power allegations.
A hearing will be held by the House Oversight Committee on Thursday, September 28th.th.
The focus will be on “constitutional and legal issues surrounding the president’s involvement in corruption and abuse of office,” said Jessica Collins, a spokeswoman for the commission.
Additionally, Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) and his committee plan to request bank records from both Hunter and James Biden this week.
The records concern the companies’ international business dealings and are the focus of an impeachment inquiry launched just last week by House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).
The purpose of the subpoena is to determine whether President Biden received funds from countries such as China and Ukraine. This could also lead to a lengthy legal battle over whether Congress has the right to access this information.
“The Oversight Committee will continue to track evidence and funds to provide the transparency and accountability Americans demand from their government,” Collins said.
House Republicans claim President Biden received financial favors from his son Hunter Biden regarding international business dealings.
Investigators found Hunter Biden and his associates made millions of dollars from their overseas relationships, but there is no hard evidence proving the president personally benefited from those transactions. has not been found yet.
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