The House Republican committees leading the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden are reportedly set to schedule interviews with two Biden family associates over the next two weeks, PunchBowl News reported.
George Berges, art dealer of the first son Hunter Biden, will be tabled by the Republicans next week. House GOP members also reportedly planned a trip to Mississippi to hear from Joseph Langford, a disbarred ex-lawyer who worked with the president’s brother, James Biden.
Both men will be questioned behind closed doors as the impeachment inquiry led by House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., and Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, continues.
Republicans have also pushed to impeach Hunter Biden privately. However, the first son refused and said he wanted to run for office. public testimony.
So far in the Republican investigation into the president, no evidence has been presented that Biden committed any impeachable offenses during his involvement in office. family business relations when he was vice president.