Transcript for Nancy Pelosi ready to send articles of impeachment against Trump
impeachment articles over to the senate next week. ABC's Kyra Phillips join us with the next steps. Good morning, Kyra. Good morning to you, Eva. Well, the house is set to vote next week as early as Wednesday we're told to send those articles of impeachment against president trump to the senate charging him with abuse of power and obstruction of congress. For weeks speaker Pelosi has been pushing for a fair senate trial by requesting witnesses and documents that president trump actually barred from the house impeachment inquiry and this comes after hearing senate majority leader Mitch Mcconnell say he would work with president trump's legal team to acquit him. So now even though Pelosi wasn't able to work out a compromise with Republicans about the terms of the trial, Pelosi is saying she's ready to turn over those articles of impeachment, but is still banking on a few moderate Republicans to vote to hear from witnesses like trump's former national security adviser John Bolton. Now, president trump did tell Fox News on Friday he would likely invoke executive privilege to block Bolton from testifying if called on by the senate for, quote, the sake of the office. Well, will that work? We'll have to wait and see, Bolton did say last week he would testify if subpoenaed, Eva. Kyra Phillips for us in Washington. We move on to the campaign
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