Impeachment inquiry into Biden likely to happen in 'the next couple of weeks' says Rep. Steube
Steube said that there is "plenty of evidence" that House Republicans have obtained in order to open up this inquiry.
Florida GOP Rep. Greg Steube said Saturday that an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden is likely to happen in "the next couple of weeks."
"The inquiry will allow Congress to have certain powers and legal abilities to subpoena specific information, and I think that's what the leadership intends on doing," Steube said during an interview with Newsmax.
He said that there is also "plenty of evidence" that House Republicans have obtained in order to open up this inquiry.
"You've got all these different individuals that we've brought in that were business associates with Hunter Biden," Steube said. "You have the IRS whistleblowers' testimony where the DOJ [Department of Justice] specifically was not allowing them to do the things that they normally would do. I thought that was very powerful testimony. And you put all this together and you see the complete weaponization of the DOJ and the FBI to cover up for Joe Biden."
Last month House Oversight Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) accused Biden of abusing his power as vice president by allowing his son to travel aboard Air Force Two to help score foreign business deals and has demanded the National Archives turn over all flight records from such trips.
Last week, he requested deeper access to records in the Biden family probe held by the National Archives, while pointedly warning that America's historical agency is threatening to withhold some evidence as "personal."
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has hinted in recent statements that the House could launch an impeachment inquiry into President Biden as soon as the House reconvenes.