Power & Politics: Rep. D’Esposito on Biden impeachment inquiry; Assemblywoman Solages on new criticism of the MTA

There was no vote in the House to launch the inquiry over the business dealings of the president’s son Hunter Biden and the family finances. It all comes as a government shutdown is looming.

News 12 Staff

Sep 17, 2023, 5:48 PM

Updated 253 days ago

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An impeachment saga unfolded in the House this past week as Speaker Kevin McCarthy launched an inquiry into President Joe Biden.
There was no vote in the House to launch the inquiry over the business dealings of the president’s son Hunter Biden and the family finances. It all comes as a government shutdown is looming.
Earlier this week, Rich Barrabi spoke with Republican Rep. Anthony D'Esposito about the issue.
Also, the New York Post published a report this week suggesting that the federal government warned the MTA that it needed to purchase more trains years before its service changes involving Grand Central Madison took effect.
Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages, who has had some harsh words for the MTA, joins the show.
And a wrap-up of this week in politics, including a big win for one of the nation's largest gaming operators in the pursuit of a New York City casino.


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