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Romney sees no evidence for Joe Biden impeachment inquiry

Republican Senator Mitt Romney of Utah has expressed doubt about the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, stating that he does not see any evidence to warrant Biden’s removal from office. Romney criticized House Republicans for opening an impeachment inquiry without evidence of wrongdoing. He indicated that if he were in the House, he would vote against the inquiry. House Republicans are scheduled to vote to formally authorize their impeachment inquiry in an attempt to strengthen its legal standing. The inquiry revolves around allegations that Biden financially benefited from his family’s foreign business dealings, but evidence has not been provided to support these claims. The White House has dismissed the impeachment inquiry and argued against its validity. Republicans are focused on Hunter Biden’s overseas business affairs and a federal grand jury indictment against him for failing to pay income taxes. Romney stated that while Hunter Biden’s actions are unsavory, it is not fair to impeach President Biden due to the actions of his son. Ultimately, Romney emphasized that individuals should not be held responsible for the actions of their children.

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