- The House Oversight Committee will hold its first hearing on the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden on September 28th.
- The committee will issue subpoenas for bank records from Hunter and James Biden, the president’s son and brother respectively.
- The hearing will feature testimony from legal experts about possible criminality based on the evidence collected.
The House Oversight Committee has announced its first hearing on the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, set to take place on September 28th. The hearing will focus on constitutional and legal questions surrounding the President’s involvement in corruption and abuse of public office.
The committee has also announced plans to issue subpoenas for bank records from two of the president’s family members, Hunter Biden and James Biden, the president’s son and brother respectively. The subpoenas are expected to be issued as early as this week.
The hearing will be a “refresher” on the information gathered by the committee during its investigation into foreign business dealings by Hunter and James Biden, according to the panel’s chairman Rep. James Comer. The proceeding is also expected to feature testimony from legal experts about possible criminality based on the evidence collected.
The spokesperson for the panel said that the Oversight Committee will continue to follow the evidence and money trail to provide the transparency and accountability that Americans demand from their government.
The hearing is expected to be a major milestone in the impeachment inquiry into President Biden. It will be the first time the committee has heard from legal experts on the evidence collected and will provide a platform for the committee to ask questions and further investigate the allegations against the president.