U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer (R-North Dakota) recently appeared on Fox Business with Larry Kudlow to discuss the impeachment investigation of House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif., 23) and President Joe Biden. The formal impeachment inquiry is being led by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio, 2004) and House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky., 2001). During the conference luncheon, Chairman Comer and Speaker Jordan presented their agenda and plan, explaining why Republicans would be unfairly disadvantaged. The research presented was deemed important and relevant, with no opposition from any Republican senators. Many Republican senators found encouragement in the intelligent and productive speeches given by Jim Jordan and Jamie Comer. On the topic of bipartisan support for the inquiry, Senator Cramer acknowledged that some Republicans may wish the impeachment had not occurred, as it may interfere with their anti-Joe Biden policies and pro-Republican economic policies. However, Senator Cramer emphasized the need to deal with the crisis at hand, as it is a constitutional responsibility. He highlighted the cooperation from the state and the public’s support, with a recent poll indicating that 62% of respondents believed the President had some involvement with the Hunter Biden issue.