The Biden impeachment inquiry is not a criminal trial and therefore does not require the members of Congress and their staffs to consider the testimony of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) whistleblowers behind closed doors. However, certain facts present in the whistleblower complaints may be subject to confidentiality protections. Therefore, the decision of whether to hear the testimony of IRS whistleblowers in the inquiry will ultimately lie with the Members of Congress.
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