President Joe Biden responded to the Republican-led impeachment inquiry on Sunday, wishing them “luck.”

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy Announced On Tuesday, Republicans would move forward with an impeachment inquiry into Biden, saying there is enough evidence from the House Judiciary and Oversight committees to move forward. The basis of the investigation alleges that Biden was involved in influence peddling with his son Hunter’s businesses abroad.

Biden was asked about the investigation on Sunday and said he wishes Republicans “a lot of luck.” (RELATED: ‘It’s everywhere’: Mace slams ABC host after saying impeachment inquiry lacks evidence)

Biden has previously reclaimed Republicans are trying to process He criticizes it because “they want to close the government” and argues that it has political motivations.

Republicans say they want go to the bottom of why Biden used pseudonyms as vice president and why Biden and his son Hunter were both in an email about a call with the then-president of Ukraine. McCarthy he said at least Nine members of the Biden family may be called to testify, and Republicans will also request bank and credit card statements.

He White House has also rejected the investigation, sending a letter to news executives on Wednesday saying it is “time for the media to step up its scrutiny of House Republicans for opening an impeachment inquiry based on lies.” The letter said the investigation should “sound alarm bells for news organizations.”

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