House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler refused to say Monday what the next steps are in the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump but it’s likely they will move on to drafting articles of impeachment as they wrap up their 10-week investigation into the president. ‘I’m not prepared to say anything further about the schedule of the committee beyond today’s hearing,’ Nadler said as lawmakers wrapped up a nearly nine-hour day of arguments and witness questioning. It’s possible the panel could vote on formal articles of impeachment by the end of this week, which would allow the House to hold a final vote on the matter before the end of the year. Nadler closed the hearing by saying President Trump has committed impeachable offenses. ‘I am struck by the fact my Republican colleagues have offered no serious scrutiny of the evidence at hand. They talked about everything else but talked about no substantive word in the president’s defense. I suspect because at base, there is nothing to offer. Undermining our own national security and elections, there is a remedy, and that remedy is impeachment. The facts are clear, the danger to our democracy is clear and our duty is clear…. Read full this story
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