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House Republicans Unveil Biden Impeachment Inquiry Website

 House Republicans   unveiled on Wednesday a website dedicated to the corruption-focused   impeachment   inquiry against President   Joe Bid...

 House Republicans unveiled on Wednesday a website dedicated to the corruption-focused impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden.

During a press conference with fellow party leaders, House Republican Conference Chairwoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY) said the website provides the public with a “one-stop shop” to check out findings and updates from the three committees conducting the probe.

“It also includes a timeline which lays out exactly what the Biden crime family did to get us to this point,” she added. “Transparency is the hallmark of America. With each new fact, we find it becomes more clear that Joe Biden is compromised and unfit to lead.”

Among the features that appear on the impeachment inquiry website is a “By The Numbers” section that shows statistics of the number of subpoenas issued, “direct payments” to President Biden,” and more. There is also a “subscribe” option that allows users to get updates sent to them by email.

For months, the GOP-led House has been investigating whether the business practices of Biden’s family members fostered corruption in government — spurred by a money trail showing millions of dollars from foreign countries — and looking into how the Department of Justice has conducted the criminal probe into the president’s son, Hunter Biden.


President Biden and his allies insist he committed no wrongdoing and claim the investigative efforts by House Republicans, led by Oversight Chairman James Comer (R-KY), are tainted by politics.

Amid reporting that Republicans are considering a vote to formalize the inquiry — which then-House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) neglected to have when he announced the probe in September — congressional investigators are working to conduct a series of interviews over the next several weeks.

But the timeline for planned depositions could be stretched out if there is a legal fight over subpoenas. White House special counsel Dick Sauber wrote a letter to GOP leaders calling on them to withdraw their subpoenas and interview requests to Biden family members and others, saying, “you have misrepresented the facts” and “ignored the overwhelming evidence disproving your claims.”

One subpoena target, Hunter Biden, offered to testify publicly before the House Oversight Committee. Comer rejected the terms outlined by the younger Biden’s lawyer, but the chairman did note that lawmakers would be willing to have him testify in an open hearing after the closed-door deposition scheduled for mid-December.

In an interview with Newsmax, Comer said House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) “has our back” and House Republicans would “take steps” to hold Hunter Biden in contempt of Congress if he does not comply with the subpoena.

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