Former Governor Chris Christie Say

New Jersey’s former Republican governor, Chris Christie, said on Friday that deciding on articles of impeachment would be “unfair” to President Joe Biden. On Thursday, Republicans in the House released the text of a motion that would allow an impeachment investigation. That same day, special counsel David Weiss got Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, charged with not paying over $1 million in taxes from 2016 to 2019.

The indictment said Hunter Biden’s pay from the Ukrainian energy business Burisma was cut after Trump took office in 2017. On Monday, Kentucky Republican Rep. James Comer said Hunter Biden sent Joe Biden money from a bank account used to get money from China.

Christie said, “Whether that’s done with the House Oversight Committee or through an impeachment inquiry, I think what matters most is that people get all the information they need about the president’s behaviour so that Congress can show that they have the right kind of oversight and for the public to make a decision since Joe Biden has said he wants to run for re-election in 2024.”

The House Oversight Committee and the House Judiciary Committee issued a subpoena on November 8 for Hunter Biden, telling him he had to show up for a deposition with detectives on December 13. The chairs of the committees, Republicans James Comer of Kentucky and Jim Jordan of Ohio said they would file charges of contempt of Congress against Biden if he didn’t show up for the interview.

New Jersey's former governor, Chris Christie, says that impeaching Joe Biden

It was Tuesday that the House Ways and Means Committee released a report about the “positive treatment” of Hunter Biden by the Department of Justice. Republican Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina said on August 14 that the money given to the Biden family was more than $50 million, much more than what had been said before.

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Christie said, “That information should be open and available to everyone. The White House should fully support both the investigations being done by the Justice Department and any oversight from the House.” No need for the president to hide anything if he doesn’t have anything to hide.

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