Today, Congress has planned to take a vote on Thursday regarding the ongoing impeachment inquiry. The vote will be for laying out “the rules for conducting it in public, rather than a response to accusations from Republicans and the White House that the process has violated precedents and denied the president due process rights.”
Here is what a few House Democrats had to say about the upcoming vote:
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee | 08:10 am
Tim Morrison, a National Security Council official who has been identified as a witness to one of the most explosive pieces of evidence unearthed by House impeachment investigators, plans to testify Thursday even if the White House attempts to block him.
Rep. Ro Khanna | 02:36 pm
Today, @HouseDemocrats went out of our way to ensure the impeachment process is transparent and thorough. There is nothing left for Republicans to attack, and I expect a few will end up voting their conscience
Rep. Emanuel Cleaver II | 00:27 pm
Republican senators are lost & adrift as the impeachment inquiry enters its second month, navigating the grave threat to President Trump largely in the dark, frustrated by the absence of a credible case to defend his conduct