A new survey revealed that most Americans approve of the House Republicans' plan to investigate the foreign business activities of Hunter Biden.
A survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports revealed that over 60% of Americans approve of the plans by House Republicans to investigate the foreign business activities of the president's son. Almost half of Americans approve of the House Republicans' plan to investigate the activities of Hunter Biden's foreign business. On the other hand, 34% disapprove of the same.
Over 60% of Americans approve of the plans by House Republicans to investigate the foreign business activities of the president's son. However, only 37% of Democrats approve of the investigation.
Two of the House Republicans' incoming committee chairs, Jim Jordan of Ohio and James Comer of Kentucky, announced their intention to investigate the activities of Hunter Biden earlier this month. They noted that the allegations raise troubling questions about the potential corruption of the vice president. They noted that they intend to expand the investigation into Biden once the Republicans take over the House in the next Congress.
According to Mr. Comer, his committee had uncovered a pattern of political cover-ups, influence peddling, and national security risks that were carried out by the Biden family. He noted that their investigation had revealed the involvement of the president. In a report, the Oversight Committee noted that Biden was involved in his family's business deals, which involved foreign interests. Despite his claims that he did not know about the details of the deals, the committee found sufficient evidence to support the allegations.
When he released the report, Mr. Comer noted that the president was not the chairman of the board of the companies involved in the investigations. Instead, he was a partner in one of the firms and participated in various meetings and calls.
“To be clear, Joe Biden is the big boss,” he said. The White House quickly brushed off the impending probe.
A White House official accused Republicans of breaking their promise to reduce the cost of living for American families. She noted that they had instead been focused on investigating the president and his family.The official noted that the Republicans had been breaking their promise to deliver on their campaign promises to help Americans. They were instead focused on investigating the president and his family.
A survey conducted by Rasmussen revealed that almost 60% of Americans believe that the vice president profited from his son Hunter's overseas business ventures.
Almost half of Americans think that the president was involved in the business activities of his son, Hunter. Only 34% of the respondents believe that Biden was not consulted.
The national poll was conducted by the New York Post and the National Opinion Research Corporation on November 22. It had a margin of error of plus or minus three percentage points.
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