The House Oversight Committee confirmed on September 19 that the U.S. House of Representatives will conduct its first impeachment hearing this month.
The first hearing will take place on September 28, a House Oversight Committee spokesperson told The Epoch Times.
"The hearing will focus on constitutional and legal questions surrounding the president’s involvement in corruption and abuse of public office," the spokesperson said.
"The Committee also intends to subpoena Hunter and James Biden’s personal and business bank records as early as this week.
"The Oversight Committee will continue to follow the evidence and money trail to provide the transparency and accountability that Americans demand from their government.”
Recently, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) announced that the lower chamber would conduct an investigation into President Joe Biden's involvement in the business affairs of his son Hunter Biden and brother James Biden.
“House Republicans have uncovered serious and credible allegations into President Biden’s conduct. Taken together, these allegations paint a picture of a culture of corruption,” McCarthy said. He said that the inquiry would help lawmakers obtain more evidence, including bank records.
President Biden recently told reporters, "The best I can tell, they want to impeach me because they want to shut down the government.”
Ian Sams, a spokesman for the White House, stated that Republicans have already investigated the president and "turned up no evidence of wrongdoing
Comer and other Republicans have discovered that the president frequently spoke with Biden's business associates, including during dinners at Washington's Cafe Milano.
In addition, they confirmed that President Biden sent emails using a pseudonym while serving as vice president, including accounts that corresponded with Biden.
As vice president, Biden, other Biden family members, and associates received more than $21 million, primarily from foreign sources.
Hunter Biden was charged with tax evasion, but the allegations were dropped after a plea agreement fell through. This month, he was also charged with multiple felonies involving firearms.
The first son filed a lawsuit against the IRS on September 18 for allegedly violating his right to privacy by discussing the agency's investigation in public.