Joe Biden Impeachment Inquiry

Republicans have accused Biden and his family of personally profiting from his position while vice-president under Barack Obama. Congressional investigators have obtained nearly 40,000 pages of subpoenaed bank records and dozens of hours of testimony from key witnesses, but while investigations have raised ethical questions, no evidence has emerged that Biden acted corruptly or accepted bribes in his current or previous role. If the committees decide to move forward with impeachment, the full House of Representatives will vote. If the majority vote yes, Biden will be impeached. The Senate will then hold a trial and vote on whether to remove the president from office. While three past presidents have been impeached by the House, no president has ever been removed from office. Even if the House does vote to impeach Biden, it's highly unlikely that he would be removed from office. For that to happen, 67 senators would have to vote to convict Biden, and with Democrats in control of the Senate that outcome would be virtually impossible.