President’s brother, James Biden, testifies behind closed doors in impeachment probe

February 21, 2024

The House Oversight and Judiciary committees is holding a closed-door transcribed interview with President Joe Biden’s brother, James Biden, Wednesday morning as part of Republicans’ impeachment inquiry into the president. James Biden’s interview comes a week before the president’s son Hunter Biden is set to appear for his own transcribed interview Feb. 28. Hunter Biden’s interview comes after a monthslong dispute between Republicans and the president’s son over the logistics of his testimony to Congress. Upon arriving for his interview Wednesday morning, James Biden was asked by NBC News about what he planned to tell the committees and replied, "The truth." Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., subpoenaed James and Hunter Biden in November.