The House of Representatives vote doesn`t refer to the final verdict on Donald Trump dismissal but to the investigation rules may (or may not) direct him to that outcome. What’s next now?
The actions taken by the impeachment investigation will continue according to the paragraphs adopted in the resolution. The Judicial Committee and the Intelligence Committee of the lower house (the congress) will now be empowered to hold public hearings and to transcribe those held in private before the resolution is passed.
One of the witnesses that the Democratic elite considers key is John Bolton, Trump’s former security adviser fired in early September, who was summoned to deliver his statements on November 7 at the Capitol, the institution’s headquarters.
Information has been leaked that could outline the position taken by the referred hawk, to appear at the appointment. Fiona Hill, a former expert of the National Security Council for Europe, testified and said Bolton “was disturbed by efforts to get Ukraine to investigate Trump’s political opponents” by calling him a “drug trade.”