Donald Trump supports launching an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden.
Trump said in an interview, “but a fair person would have no choice but to impeach.”
He also said that he thinks Republicans who don’t do it could be primaried “I don’t know actually how Republicans could not do it. I think a Republican would be primaried and lose immediately, no matter what district they’re in.”
Former President Donald Trump on Thursday threw his support behind launching an impeachment inquiry against his successor, but urged House Republicans to conduct such a probe fairly and to determine once and for all whether Joe Biden financially benefitted from his son Hunter’s overseas business exploits.
Trump told Just the News that the evidence gathered by House Oversight Chairman James Comer against President Biden – from three pseudonym email accounts, suspicious bank activity reports and contacts with shady business partners in China, Russia, Ukraine, Romania and Kazakhstan to an FBI informant allegation of a $10 million cash bribe – warranted an impeachment inquiry.
“I don’t think when you have all these preparations, and you have all of these different methods, even all the aliases – whoever heard of (having) more aliases than Al Capone – I would think that, you know, a fair person because you want it to be fair, it has to be fair … but a fair person would have no choice but to impeach,” he said during a wide-ranging interview Thursday night on the “Just the News, No Noise” television show on Real America’s Voice.
“The bottom line is if this cash is true, if all these things are true – you know the statement is true about the billion dollars, because he’s got that (on video) – I don’t know actually how Republicans could not do it. I think a Republican would be primaried and lose immediately, no matter what district they’re in.”
House Oversight Committee chairman James Comer believes that a Biden impeachment inquiry is imminent.
House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer — who’s led a string of investigations into the Biden family’s business dealings — believes an impeachment inquiry into the president could be imminent.
“I think there’s consensus in our conference now that we’re gonna have to go to impeachment inquiry. Obviously, that’ll be Speaker McCarthy’s call,” Comer told Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Wednesday night.
“I feel like that is imminent.”
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) has actively dangled the prospect of opening an inquiry, but some moderate members of the wafer-thin 222 to 212 GOP House majority aren’t sold.