Republicans' witnesses tell inquiry there's no evidence yet to support Biden impeachment charges
U.S. House Republicans launched their impeachment inquiry Thursday against President Joe Biden, saying they intend to "provide accountability" as they make their case to the public, their colleagues and skeptics.
Experts tell Congress no evidence for Biden impeachment
Top legal and tax experts told Congress on Thursday that it's premature to impeach President Biden, though most agreed there were enough questions to continue investigating Hunter Biden's activities to see where it leads.
Witnesses in Biden’s impeachment inquiry say not enough evidence to convict
A Republican attempt to frame the US president has had a shaky start. “I am not here today to even suggest that there was corruption, fraud, or any wrongdoing,” said one expert.
GOP witness says ‘current evidence’ doesn’t support Biden impeachment
Some of the Republican-invited witnesses at the GOP’s first impeachment inquiry hearing cast doubt on whether there was enough evidence to support an impeachment of President Biden. Jonathan Turley, a go-to witness for conservatives in Congress, at one point told lawmakers that some of the details they’d gathered “really do gravitate in favor of the…
‘There’s smoke here’: Lack of evidence in Biden impeachment inquiry divides Republicans
There is “no way in the world” Republicans have enough numbers for the impeachment of US President Joe Biden, according to Sky News US contributor Michael Ware. The United States House of Representatives has launched an impeachment inquiry after Speaker Kevin McCarthy maintained the Biden family “lied” to Americans about profitable business dealings. “One of the problems here are the political optics – even within the Republican caucus there i…
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