Republicans pursue Hunter Biden contempt proceedings

(Washington , DC)  --  House Republicans say they will probably start contempt proceedings against the President's son.  

In a surprise move, Hunter Biden said today outside the Capitol he will only testify in his father's impeachment inquiry in a public hearing, and will not respond to a Republican subpoena about his business dealings.  

Republicans say the President benefited from his son's foreign business dealings and they will vote soon on an impeachment inquiry.  

Republican Congressman James Comer of Kentucky said Hunter Biden does not get to set the terms and the investigation involves public corruption at the highest levels of government.