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Republicans Push for Biden’s Impeachment Citing Corruption

The US House of Representatives has voted in favor of opening a formal impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden following his son Hunter Biden’s “controversial international dealings,” an act Biden reprimanded as a ‘’baseless stunt.’’

The Republicans, however, are still required to provide evidence of corruption by the president, and it’s unlikely that the Democratic-led senate would convict Biden even if the inquiry could lead to an impeachment trial. 

The vote of 221 against 212 was restricted to only party lines, with every Republican voting for it and every Democrat against. 

The GOP-led committees and the Judiciary have also been investigating Biden with accusations that he had allegedly leveraged his office of vice president in the Obama administration to “enrich his family through foreign businesses.”

Biden accused the Republicans of ‘’stalling on a multitude of key fronts while obsessing over a desire to score political points against a president running for reelection in 2024.

Biden’s wayward son Hunter issued a statement in Washington saying, “My father was not financially involved in my business.”

Iowa Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks cited that Republicans were undertaking their vote because “they recognize the gravity of impeachment proceedings.”

“We don’t want to minimize what it means to have an impeachment, which I think is what the Democrats did. We want to be able to have that tool to be a significant tool to hold presidents accountable,” she said. “We don’t want it just to be a knee-jerk reaction.”

Judiciary Committee member Rep. Ben Cline, R-Va., further added, “I think the House Republicans will follow the facts where they lead… will make sure that we have the facts, and that we present the facts to the American people.”

Biden is now the most unpopular president in America’s modern history with the lowest approval ratings at 37.7%, which is even lower than his predecessor Donald Trump who was at 41.7%.

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