Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) revealed the GOP's timeline for an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden.
The Ohio congressman noted that a decision will likely be made shortly after the first of the new year.
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“The House Oversight Committee is currently conducting an inquiry into the Biden family after then-House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, a Republican from California, announced the investigation in early September,” Newsweek reported.
“At the center of the Biden impeachment inquiry is his alleged involvement in his son Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings. The White House has repeatedly denied that the president ever had any involvement in his son’s business,” the outlet continued.
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“I believe we will get the depositions and the interviews done in this calendar year and then make a decision early next year whether … the actual evidence warrants going to articles of impeachment and moving to that stage of the investigation,” Jordan said during an interview on “Sunday Morning Futures.”
“But I think, this year, November, December, we will depose all these people we still need to depose, and then we can make a decision,” he added.
The impeachment inquiry will focus on the president's business deals during his years as vice president.
Deals that included his son Hunter Biden.
The deals reportedly included deals with China and Ukraine, among other countries noted in the investigation.
The Oversight Committee also recently added a subpoena to Hunter Biden. He is expected to offer testimony before Dec. 4.
The latest updates from Jordan show that 2024 will be intense for the president as he faces an impeachment inquiry as voters prepare to head to polls for primaries and in November for the general election.