House Repub­li­can Says Com­mit­tee Lawyers Don’t See ‘Spe­cif­ic’ Crime In Biden Impeach­ment Inquiry

House Republican Says Committee Lawyers Don’t See ‘Specific’ Crime In Biden Impeachment Inquiry

A House Repub­li­can said on Sun­day that com­mit­tee lawyers do not believe the cor­rup­tion-focused impeach­ment inquiry against Pres­i­dent Joe Biden has pro­duced suf­fi­cient evi­dence to show a “spe­cif­ic” crime.
Rep. Don Bacon (R‑NE) spoke about the sta­tus of the inquiry dur­ing an inter­view on NBC News after Biden was for­mal­ly invit­ed to tes­ti­fy before the House Over­sight Com­mit­tee, sig­nal­ing that the probe is reach­ing a crescen­do.
The House is nar­row­ly con­trolled by Repub­li­cans, and lead­er­ship can only afford to lose one or two votes if all Democ­rats oppose any arti­cles of impeach­ment that may be intro­duced in the weeks and months to come.

WATCH: While he defends the House inves­ti­ga­tion into Pres. Biden, Rep. @DonJBacon (R‑Neb.) says the bar for impeach­ment has not yet been reached.
“The lawyers in …