White House builds defense team for expected GOP impeachment inquiry against Biden
09/08/2023 // Laura Harris // Views

The White House has established a war room with two dozen lawyers, legislative aides and communications staffers for an expected GOP impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden.

Defense attorney Richard Sauber brings a wealth of legal experience to the table. Russ Anello, a former staff director of the House Oversight Committee, provides valuable congressional insight.

At the forefront of this defense team is Ian Sams, a communication specialist known for his sharp-elbowed approach to countering Republican claims, particularly on social media platforms. Sams, a veteran of presidential campaigns, is expected to play a key role in shaping the administration's narrative and response strategy.

Sharon Yang, formerly the communications director for the pro-Biden group Building Back Together, has also joined the team, lending her expertise in messaging and communication strategies. Her experience in promoting the agenda of the president will be a valuable asset in defending against potential impeachment proceedings.

Adding to the team's firepower is incoming White House counsel Ed Siskel, who has a distinguished background dealing with GOP investigations from his time in the Obama-era White House counsel's office. Siskel's familiarity with navigating politically charged inquiries positions him as a valuable asset in the upcoming battle.

As part of its preparations, the Biden team is using the 1998 impeachment of former President Bill Clinton as a model for building an effective defense and turning the political tide against the GOP. One of the primary goals is to create a clear separation between impeachment proceedings and the broader White House operations. This strategy is intended to allow other administration officials to remain focused on governing without becoming entangled in the minutiae of ongoing investigations.

To strengthen its defense, the White House has coordinated with House Democrats, including Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, and outside groups like the Congressional Integrity Project (CIP). The CIP has tapped former White House official Kate Berner as an adviser and is conducting polls and analyzing political ads to strengthen its message against impeachment.

"Eight months of partisan investigations have turned up no evidence of wrongdoing by President Biden," said Kyle Herrig, executive director of the Congressional Integrity Project. "CIP will be prepared with a unified opposition backed up by facts, mountains of evidence and a public exhausted with their grandstanding, should the House GOP pursue these bogus political stunts."

House Speaker McCarthy: Impeachment inquiry into Biden is a natural step forward

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said last month that an impeachment inquiry into Biden is a "natural step forward" following Republican probes into the business dealings of the president and his family. (Related: Yikes: A THIRD of Democrat voters want to impeach Biden.)

In his recent Fox News interview, McCarthy defended the potential impeachment. "If you look at all the information we've been able to gather so far, it is a natural step forward that you would have to go to an impeachment inquiry. That provides Congress the apex of legal power to get all the information they need," he said.

Moreover, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican from Georgia, declared that she would not vote to fund the government unless the House agreed to initiate an impeachment inquiry.

Read the latest news about Biden, his policies and his administration at JoeBiden.news.

Watch this clip of Rep. Lauren Boebert discussing the articles of impeachment against Biden being sent to House committees.

This video is from the NewsClips channel on Brighteon.com.

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