Oversight Committee announces key witnesses for first Biden impeachment inquiry hearing

by Summer Lane

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The House Oversight Committee has publicly released the names of the witnesses who will testify during the first impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden in Washington, D.C., just days before the hearing is set to take place.

As reported by RSBN, the Oversight Committee will hold the first hearing on Thursday, just two weeks after Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., directed House members to open an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden.

In a statement posted to X, the committee revealed the identities of the following three witnesses:

  • Bruce Dubinsky, the founder of Dubinsky Consulting,
  • Eileen O’Connor, former Assistant Attorney General, Dept. of Justice Tax Division,
  • Jonathan Turley, Shapiro Chair for Public Interest Law, George Washington Law School.

In their statement, they explained, “Today, we are announcing the witnesses for our first hearing on the President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Impeachment Inquiry. This hearing will establish the basis for the impeachment inquiry and present the evidence House Republicans have uncovered to date regarding President Joe Biden’s knowledge of and role in his family’s domestic and international business practices.”

The first hearing will likely look closely at then-Vice President Joe Biden’s alleged abuse of the executive office with his reported foreign business dealings in collaboration with his son, Hunter Biden.

This week, Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., who is the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, stated on X, “An overwhelming amount of evidence shows President Joe Biden abused his public office for his family’s financial gain. Congress has a duty to open an impeachment inquiry into President Biden’s corruption. Americans deserve answers, transparency, and accountability.”

As previously reported by RSBN, for an impeachment vote to move to the Senate from the House, Republicans would need a majority of the vote.

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