House moves toward Biden impeach­ment as DeSan­tis warns vote could back­fire

House moves toward Biden impeachment as DeSantis warns vote could backfire

Gov. Ron DeSan­tis (R‑FL) dug into Greek mythol­o­gy to warn House Repub­li­cans about the dan­ger of impeach­ing Pres­i­dent Joe Biden.
The House is mov­ing toward vot­ing to open an impeach­ment inquiry against Biden some­time next week despite warn­ings from the 2024 hope­ful that an impeach­ment could ulti­mate­ly be a trap that dis­tracts the GOP from issues that mat­ter to the vot­ers he’s speak­ing with on the cam­paign trail.
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“When I’m going through Iowa, Repub­li­can vot­ers obvi­ous­ly are not fond of Joe Biden. Yes, they’re con­cerned about Hunter and all this mon­ey. But they’re more con­cerned about what’s hap­pen­ing at our bor­der. They’re more con­cerned about what’s hap­pen­ing with the econ­o­my,” DeSan­tis said Sun­day on NBC’s Meet the Press.
“Make sure you’re not ignor­ing all these oth­er issues,” the Flori­da gov­er­nor con­tin­ued. “And don’t use that inquiry as kind of a Tro­jan horse to not then meet your respon­si­bil­i­ties on all these oth­er things.”

Gov. Ron DeSan­tis (R‑FL) speaks dur­ing the final event of a 99-coun­ty tour of Iowa, S …