Watch live: House Republicans begin impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden

House Republicans will hold a public hearing for an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden on Thursday morning.

USA TODAY will be providing live coverage beginning at 10 a.m. ET. You can watch at the video at the top of the page or on USA TODAY's YouTube channel.

The inquiry comes after House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., ordered the probe. The hearing, held by the House Oversight Committee, will focus on the "constitutional and legal questions surrounding the President’s involvement in corruption and abuse of public office,” Jessica Collins, spokesperson for the committee, previously told USA TODAY in a statement.

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Much of the inquiry is based on allegations that Biden financially benefited from his son, Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings, although investigators have yet to produce any concrete evidence connecting the two.

The inquiry comes as the lawmakers are working to cut a deal to prevent a potential government shutdown beginning Oct. 1, which could impact millions of Americans.

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