Rep. Scott Perry Says Biden Impeachment Vote Unlikely With Shrinking GOP House Majority

Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) raised new doubts that the Republican-controlled House of Representatives would move to an impeachment vote against President Joe Biden.

For months, House Republicans have pursued a variety of leads into allegations that President Biden leveraged his power and access throughout his political career to benefit his family’s private business deals.

Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland, on Thursday, Mr. Perry said the evidence so far for impeaching the president “is pretty clear,” adding, “You don’t just make millions of dollars with nothing to sell.” Still, Mr. Perry prepared Republican and conservative voters in attendance at the conference for the likelihood that the investigation would not result in a House impeachment vote.

“I don’t think we are going to get to a point, quite honestly, where we are going to be able to impeach him, especially with the thin margin that we have,” the Pennsylvania Republican said.

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