GOP-backed impeachment proceedings into Joe Biden are underway.
House Republicans held the first hearing into Biden on Thursday, while still not presenting any meaningful evidence to back up corruption claims.
The first hearing of the House Republicans impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden took place on Thursday.
Representative Ken Buck, a conservative from Colorado, on Thursday said that he thinks "there is nothing worse than a shutdown" at the moment for Congress.
Within the first couple of hours of the first impeachment hearing, lawmakers began sparring and talking over one another.
The House Oversight Committee announced that the first impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden will be held Thursday.
Florida Republican Matt Gaetz said the White House sent media a threatening media memo.
An excellent test for assessing the constitutionality of any governmental action is to switch the names and political parties of the actors involved.
While speaking on his role in the impeachment inquiry of the president, Representative Michael McCaul said the GOP does not have evidence Biden was bribed
The House Judiciary Committee chairman revealed some insight into the president's impeachment inquiry following Hunter Biden's indictment.
Trump faced impeachment proceedings twice during his time as president.
"I'm focused on the things the American people want me focused on," Biden said in response to the impeachment inquiry.
The Republican representative said the Democrat party is "filled with liars and traitors" and that they will lose the 2024 election.
Kevin McCarthy's baseless impeachment inquiry into President Biden is about his own short-term gain and the American people's loss.
President Joe Biden has the truth on his side.
Becoming the face of the House GOP's efforts to impeach Biden could alienate voters in swing states. Will it push Boebert's away?
An impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden could provide Republicans with new information.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced he was launching an impeachment investigation against President Biden on Tuesday.
Gaetz has threatened to hold daily votes to remove McCarthy as speaker unless he makes concessions to a group of discontent House Republicans.
Republicans have yet to provide any evidence of a crime by the president or even a firm link to the business dealings of his son Hunter Biden.
After half-heartedly resisting them for most of the year, McCarthy has faced reality—in order to remain speaker, he must do the Republican fringe's bidding.
"Oh, don't do it, please," Fetterman sarcastically quipped after learning of the GOP's impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.
Democrats responded to House Speaker Kevin McCarthy's inquiry announcement by highlighting his treatment of another member of Congress.
Representative Matt Gaetz responded to Greene's claim for impeachment credit in a statement to Newsweek.
Speaker Kevin McCarthy officially endorsed an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden on Tuesday.