House Republicans plan to hold their first hearing on the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden on Thursday, and they are aiming for a number of other behind-closed-doors interviews and depositions in the days and weeks to follow.
The hearing, titled “The Basis for an Impeachment Inquiry of President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.,” will be conducted by the House Oversight Committee and focus on “constitutional and legal questions” related to allegations Biden was improperly involved in his son Hunter Biden’s business dealings, according to a committee aide.
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House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman James Comer (R‑KY), left, confers with House Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan, (R‑OH).
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The committee has not publicly confirmed witnesses for the hearing yet.
Chairman James Comer’s (R‑KY) office also said last week he planned to subpoena bank records of two of the president’s immediate family members, his son Hunter Biden and brother James Biden.
Comer, alongside two other …