Shortly before Republicans took control of the House in January, GOP leaders vowed to open a number of investigations into President Joe Biden and his administration regarding their conduct over the last two years.
Now, 100 days into their reign, Republicans have opened a flurry of inquiries and have held several hearings featuring testimony and evidence as they push ahead with their agenda. Top Republicans such as House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) long expressed their intent to investigate Biden’s White House on a variety of fronts, ranging from the southern border to Hunter Biden’s laptop.
Here are five of the top investigations House Republicans opened after taking control of the lower chamber and where they currently stand:
The Afghanistan withdrawal:
Republicans have long vowed to investigate the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan in August 2021, during which the country airlifted more than 12,000 people out as the Taliban quickly seized control of the government. Read more…