How the chief justice deals with the question of whether the Senate will hear new evidence and testimony could illuminate how aggressive a role he intends to play throughout the trial.
Margaret L. Taylor is a senior editor and counsel at Lawfare and a fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution. Previously, she was the Democratic Chief Counsel and Deputy Staff Director for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 2015 through July 2018.
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The War Powers Resolution provides expedited procedures for a very specific type of legislation. This limits how Congress can use them in regard to Iran.
The House is on the right track, but there are minor changes could strengthen the draft.
The concerns of a member of Congress focused on political messaging aren’t the concerns of a prosecutor. And when a single document tries to speak to both sets of goals at the same time, compromises will have to be made.
The impeachment inquiry now moves to the House Judiciary Committee. What should we expect?
A cohesive narrative of the Ukraine scandal, drawn from the collection of testimonies in the impeachment inquiry.