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Republicans open Biden impeachment inquiry with focus on family business

Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy launched the impeachment inquiry this month

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U.S. House of Representatives investigative committee on Thursday opened an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden, with the panel’s chairman saying Americans deserve to know whether the president personally benefited from $20 million his son Hunter was paid in overseas business deals.

In opening remarks, House Oversight Committee chairman James Comer alleged that nine Biden family members got cash from Hunter Biden’s deals in Ukraine and China from 2014 to 2019.

“What were the Bidens selling?” Comer asked. “Americans demand accountability for this culture of corruption.”

But Comer did not directly accuse President Biden of wrongdoing, and the president has said that he was not connected to his son’s overseas deals and did not profit from them.

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Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy launched the impeachment inquiry this month with a focus on the foreign business dealings of Hunter Biden. McCarthy unilaterally ordered the inquiry, but lacking the votes for approval, did not seek a vote from the full House of Representatives to open the probe.

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