House impeachment probe leaders ask DOJ to charge Hunter, James Biden with lying to Congress | 5 June 2024 | Republicans heading up the House impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden's alleged corruption asked the Justice Department Wednesday to bring charges against first son Hunter Biden and first brother James Biden for allegedly lying to Congress. James, 75, and Hunter, 54, repeatedly involved their powerful relative in foreign business relationships, including in countries where he held sway during his eight-year vice presidency -- and Republican committee leaders say the lies were meant to derail leads that pointed back to the president. "Hunter Biden and James Biden made provably false statements to the Oversight Committee and the Judiciary Committee about key aspects of the impeachment inquiry, in what appears to be a conscious effort to hinder the investigation's focus on President [sic] Joe Biden," the Republicans wrote.

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