Republicans Back Biden's Impeachment, White House Condemns


In a surprising turn of events, Kevin McCarthy, the leader of the House Republicans, announced on Tuesday his endorsement of initiating impeachment proceedings against President Joe Biden. McCarthy addressed Congress, stating, "I call upon a committee in the House to initiate the formal proceedings for impeachment," alleging that the Democratic President had "lied" to the American people regarding his son's controversial overseas activities.

Meanwhile, the White House vehemently condemned the investigations announced with the aim of impeaching Biden on Tuesday, asserting that they are driven by political motives, just one year away from the presidential elections. Ian Sams, a spokesperson for the White House, stated through the "X" platform, "House Republicans have been investigating the President for nine months and have found no evidence of any wrongdoing."

The U.S. judiciary intends to bring charges against Hunter Biden, the son of President Biden, for a federal crime of "firearm possession" by the end of this month. This follows the collapse of the plea deal that Hunter had reached with the prosecution, as reported by the special prosecutor in the case, David Weiss.

Weiss, who has been investigating cases related to the President's son for five years, mentioned that a major grand jury will issue its indictment decision in Hunter's firearm possession case. If convicted, he could face up to 10 years in prison, according to court documents published by the American news site Axios.

This move comes weeks after the collapse of the plea deal due to two tax-related misdemeanors and a firearm possession charge against President Biden's son.

Meanwhile, former U.S. President Donald Trump and his sons are facing a three-month civil trial for fraud from October to the end of December. New York state courts accuse Trump of "inflating" his assets by billions of dollars between 2011 and 2021.

Last Thursday, Democratic strategist James Carville emphasized the importance for Democrats to pay attention to President Biden's approval ratings, some of which show him trailing behind several Republican Party candidates in direct competitions. Opinion polls also consistently show that many voters are concerned about Biden's age and whether he is fit for the presidency. Biden is currently 80 years old, turning 81 in November, and will be 86 years old at the end of his second term according to "The Hill" website.

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