GOP senators caution against Biden impeachment for classified docs: ‘I think the country will fatigue of that’

House Republicans are continuing to push for more information regarding classified documents found at President Biden’s home, but some of their Senate counterparts are warning not to take things too far.

A new report from The Hill revealed a number of GOP senators opposing the idea of impeachment, for one reason or another.

“I don’t think you want to get into where it’s a tit for tat, every two years or four years you’re dealing with impeachment proceedings in the House and Senate,” Senate Minority Whip John Thune, R-S.D., told the outlet, acknowledging that the standard for impeachment should be high. “There has to be a really good reason, obviously, the constitutional reasons and grounds for that. So we’ll see where it goes.” 

Sen. Mike Braun, R-Ind., similarly said his party should “be careful” about impeaching, cautioning that the American people “will fatigue of that,” after impeachments of former Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump ended up being fruitless.

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“If you start doing it on everything, I think it would be bad politically and for the mechanics of government working,” Braun said.

Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, predicted that there will not be

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