White House Responds to Impeachment Inquiry; TFG Behind the Scenes Encouraging the GQP 

The White House has encouraged media outlets to ramp up scrutiny of the House Republicans’ impeachment inquiry into President Biden.

After nearly 9 months of investigating, House Republicans haven’t been able to turn up any
evidence of the President doing anything wrong. But House Republicans led by Marjorie Taylor
Greene are nonetheless opening a baseless impeachment inquiry of President Biden – despite
many House Republicans openly admitting there is no evidence on which to support it.
Impeachment is grave, rare, and historic. The Constitution requires “treason, bribery, or other
high crimes and misdemeanors.”

The former president has talked regularly with members of the House Freedom Caucus and other congressional Republicans who pushed for impeachment.

Over the past several months, Mr. Trump has kept a close watch on House Republicans’ momentum toward impeaching Mr. Biden. Mr. Trump has talked regularly by phone with members of the ultraconservative House Freedom Caucus and other congressional Republicans who pushed for impeachment, according to a person close to Mr. Trump who was not authorized to publicly discuss the conversations. Mr. Trump has encouraged the effort both privately and publicly.

Ms. Greene, who has introduced articles of impeachment against Mr. Biden, said she told Mr. Trump that she wanted the impeachment inquiry to be “long and excruciatingly painful for Joe Biden.”

She would not say what Mr. Trump said in response, but she said her ultimate goal was to have a “long list of names” — people whom she claimed were co-conspirators involved in Biden family crimes. She said she was confident Mr. Trump would win back the White House in 2024 and that she wanted “to go after every single one of them and use the Department of Justice to prosecute them.”

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