House Repub­li­cans file Biden impeach­ment inquiry res­o­lu­tion, set­ting up vote for next week

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House Repub­li­cans filed their impeach­ment inquiry res­o­lu­tion Thurs­day morn­ing, which is expect­ed to get a vote next week to autho­rize their inves­ti­ga­tion into Pres­i­dent Joe Biden.
The res­o­lu­tion was filed by Rep. Kel­ly Arm­strong (R‑ND), and will be marked up on Tues­day, Dec. 12, tee­ing up a like­ly vote on Wednes­day.
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The inquiry was first opened by for­mer Speak­er Kevin McCarthy (R‑CA), who announced it with­out a vote.
The White House has con­tin­u­al­ly cit­ed how Repub­li­cans, includ­ing those lead­ing the impeach­ment inquiry, crit­i­cized Democ­rats for open­ing an inquiry into for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump in 2019 with­out a vote.
So House Speak­er Mike John­son (R‑LA) wants the full House to vote on it to autho­rize the inquiry. Its pas­sage is still up in the air, though it appears like it will pass because more cen­trist Repub­li­cans, who pre­vi­ous­ly opposed it, have said they will vote to open the inquiry.
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The impeach­ment inquiry is look­ing into whether Biden improp­er­ly used his posi­tion of pow­er to enrich him­self and his fam­i­ly, whether he used his influ­ence to pres­sure the Depart­men …