McCarthy floats Biden impeachment inquiry. Will it move forward?

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U.S. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy walks in the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, U.S., July 19, 2023. Photo credit: Leah Millis/Reuters.

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy thinks it may be time to open an impeachment inquiry to get more information on President Biden’s involvement in his son Hunter’s questionable business dealings. Congress can pursue impeachment at its own discretion, but is now too soon?

Also, Mark Zuckerberg narrowly missed being held in contempt of Congress after initially withholding internal communications between the White House and Facebook. The House Judiciary Committee says he may not be so lucky next time. Is there any middle ground for allowing communication between the White House and tech platforms?

Plus, in the next installment of our “Changed My Mind” series, learn why you should always examine polling data. 




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