On Wednesday, December 4, the Lower House Judiciary Committee began the second phase of the investigation for a political trial, after two weeks of public hearings conducted by the House Intelligence Committee, responsible for finding evidence in the behavior Trump to start a political trial against him, now it is the turn of the Judiciary Committee, to define whether those offenses are sufficient or not to continue the process.
Over the past few weeks, the American people have heard the testimony of truly patriotic career public servants, distinguished diplomats and decorated war heroes. The facts presented are uncontested. The President has engaged in abuse of power.
– Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi)
December 5, 2019
When the drafting of the charges is completed, it is expected that before the end of the year it will be put to the vote in the plenary of the House of Representatives, where it is expected that it will move forward without problems given the comfortable majority of the Democrats in the 235 front chamber to 199. While in the Senate the Republicans have a slight majority of 53 seats against 47 of the Democrats.