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House GOP’s impeachment witnesses say there's no evidence yet that Biden committed a crime

  • Jonathan Turley, a law professor and witness in the impeachment inquiry, believes that there is no constitutional basis to impeach President Biden. He stated that although an impeachment inquiry is warranted, the evidence does not meet the standard for high crimes and misdemeanors.
  • House Republicans launched an impeachment inquiry into President Biden, alleging that he inappropriately used his influence to financially benefit himself and his family members. They have cited bank records detailing Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings and an FBI whistleblower's claim of a bribe involving the Ukrainian energy company Burisma. Polls suggest that many Americans share these concerns about the Biden administration investigating potential criminal conduct.
  • The impeachment inquiry has been criticized by Democrats, who accuse Republicans of acting on politics rather than solid evidence. The White House has also downplayed the inquiry and shifted focus to a potential government shutdown.
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