House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has stated that any impeachment inquiry proceedings against President Joe Biden will only move forward with the consent of a complete House vote.
Speaker Kevin McCarthy is facing political pressure from former President Trump and GOP voters to open an impeachment inquiry into President Biden, but moderate members of his conference are skeptical and there is concern that an impeachment effort could backfire politically.
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) has issued a not-so-veiled threat against House Speaker Kevin McCarthy as McCarthy considers moving forward with an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.
House conservatives are wary of Speaker Kevin McCarthy's talk of a potential impeachment inquiry of President Biden, believing he is using it as leverage in government spending negotiations.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy faces a challenging political standoff as he returns to the House with the looming threats of a government shutdown, support for Ukraine in the war, and launching an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden amid pressure from far-right Republicans.
Republicans in the House, including Rep. French Hill, are cautioning against launching an impeachment inquiry into President Biden, emphasizing the need for thorough investigations before considering such a move.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy plans to endorse an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden as the "logical next step" in obtaining bank records and other documents, although he currently lacks the votes to open one.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) criticizes House Republicans, calling them "out of control" and accusing Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) of opening an impeachment inquiry as a diversion from their struggles to fund the government, while also expressing concerns about Hunter Biden's business dealings.
The White House is urging top US news executives to intensify their scrutiny of House Republicans who have launched an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, despite the lack of evidence, and is cautioning against false equivalency in reporting.
New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman suggests that Donald Trump is supporting and driving the House Republicans' impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, with Trump dropping the idea and Republicans taking it up as a suggestion.
Former President Trump has been privately discussing the impeachment inquiry into President Biden with House Republicans and strategizing on how to make it "long and excruciatingly painful" for Biden.
CNN reporter confronts House Speaker Kevin McCarthy after he reneges on his call for an impeachment inquiry into President Biden.
President Joe Biden dismissed the Republican-led impeachment inquiry as an attempt to shut down the government and emphasized his focus on daily tasks and issues affecting the American people.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre defended President Biden and dismissed the impeachment inquiry, claiming that there is no evidence incriminating him in his son's foreign business dealings, leading to a heated exchange with reporters during the press briefing.
House GOP leadership's spending standoff with conservatives intensified as Speaker Kevin McCarthy was forced to delay a procedural vote on legislation to fund the Pentagon, despite opening an impeachment inquiry into President Biden in an attempt to appease conservative demands on spending.
Former President Donald Trump's comments suggesting that the impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden was in retaliation and could lead to future indictments caught some Republicans off guard and raised concerns about the party's prospects in next year's election.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy engaged in a heated exchange with an Associated Press reporter, challenging the assertion that his impeachment inquiry was launched "without evidence," and providing a list of instances that could be considered evidence of wrongdoing by President Biden.
Representative Ken Buck criticized House Republicans' impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden, calling it a waste of time and devoid of factual accuracy.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom dismisses House Speaker Kevin McCarthy's impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden as "student government," criticizing the focus on family connections for money while acknowledging that he also doesn't approve of such practices.
The White House accuses House Republicans of using the impeachment probe as a stunt to evade accountability over a possible government shutdown, arguing that Republicans are walking away from a budget agreement and diverting attention from efforts to slash spending.