A new cabinet in Russia, Iran takes responsibility for shooting down a plane and Parnas goes public.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Tuesday that House Democrats would launch an impeachment inquiry into President Trump’s attempts to pressure Ukraine into investigating former Vice President Joe Biden.
The New York Times reports that as of Wednesday, 205 representatives support the impeachment inquiry against Trump. 131 do not support it, don’t support it now or are undecided. There are still 98 representatives who have not publicly taken a stance.
Now, the six House committees currently investigating President Trump on impeachable offenses will send their findings to the House Judiciary Committee, where its members will determine if their findings are substantial enough to continue the impeachment process.
How likely is it that the president will be removed from office?
- Neal Katyal Law professor, Georgetown University; former acting solicitor general (1999); @neal_katyal
- Edward Luce Chief U.S. columnist and commentator, Financial Times; his latest book is "The Retreat of Western Liberalism"; @EdwardGLuce
- Jeffrey Engel Director, Center for Presidential History, Southern Methodist University;@jeffengels
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