Fox News reporter Peter Doocy noted House Republicans have not yet shown evidence backing claims that President Biden benefited financially from his son’s business affairs.
“The House Oversight Committee has been at this for years, and they have so far not been able to provide any concrete evidence that Joe Biden personally profited from his son Hunter’s overseas business,” Doocy said during a Fox Business report. “But they are going to try again with this impeachment inquiry set to start next week.”
The House GOP this week released a resolution to formalize an impeachment inquiry into the president, whom they allege accepted a bribe. So far, they have failed to connect the president to his son’s activities.
Hunter Biden was indicted late Thursday in California on three felony tax charges in relation to tax evasion and filing a false return.
The White House has dismissed the impeachment push as a “stupid stunt,” and a full House vote on the resolution is planned for next week.