With less than a year and a half until the 2024 presidential election, where he is widely expected to be the Democratic nominee, President Joe Biden is facing allegations that he used his position as vice president to engage in influence peddling and took bribes from a foreign national.
Since Republicans took control of the U.S. House of Representatives earlier this year, they have pursued aggressive oversight.
Much of their investigations have focused on the actions Biden and his family took — both during and after his vice presidency in the Obama administration, which lasted from 2009-2017.
The following pages offer three things to know about the House Republicans' investigations thus far.
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