BREAKING: House Oversight Committee slams Biden admin's attempted media intimidation

"When faced with defending the indefensible, the White House is now threatening the media to stop reporting on it."

The House Oversight Committee has issued a response to a leaked letter from the White House instructing major news outlets to discredit the impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden.

The committee blasted the president and his administration for attempting to silence the press, and vowed to continue informing the American people.

"The White House refuses to answer questions about President Biden's involvement in his family's influence-peddling schemes and what the Bidens sold to make millions," the committee said.

"That's because witness testimony reveals Joe Biden was 'The Brand,' and he was used to send signals of access, influence, and power that enriched the Biden family."

"When faced with defending the indefensible, the White House is now threatening the media to stop reporting on it. What are they trying to hide? Our Committee will continue to follow the evidence and deliver the transparency that the American people demand and deserve about President Biden’s abuse of public office."

The letter in question was addressed to top executives at major outlets, and urged them to "ramp up" their "scrutiny" of House Republicans after Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced the inquiry on Tuesday. 

This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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