The House investigators conducting an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden released a 30-page memo on Wednesday night detailing all the evidence they have collected against him so far.
Chairmen Jim Jordan (R-OH), James Comer (R-KY), and Jason Smith (R-MO) of the House Committees on Judiciary, Oversight, and Ways and Means, respectively, released the memo jointly to reiterate their power to conduct the inquiry and show why it is needed.
According to the memo, the following three questions are being pursued:
(1) foreign money received by the Biden family, (2) President Joe Biden’s involvement in his family’s foreign business entanglements, and (3) steps taken by the Biden Administration to slow, hamper, or otherwise impede the criminal investigation of the President’s son, Robert Hunter Biden, which involves funds received by the Biden family from foreign sources.
“As a result of these investigations, the Committees have uncovered significant new information that raises serious concerns as to whether the President has abused his federal office to enrich his family and conceal his and/or his family’s misconduct," they said.
The evidence they have so far includes “bank records, discussions with former business associates, interviews with investigators from the Hunter Biden criminal investigation, and government records from the Department of the Treasury, National Archives and Records Administration, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Internal Revenue Service.”
The memo stated that there is not a timeline to conclude the investigation or to present findings or recommendations to the full House.
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