The House voted to make the impeachment inquiry public. Now what?

CQ on Congress, Ep. 174

Republican lawmakers listen to Rep. Lee Zeldin, R-N.Y., speak during a news conference with other Republicans on Capitol Hill on Thursday Oct. 31, 2019. (Photo by Caroline Brehman/CQ Roll Call)

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After weeks of frustration from House Republicans, a majority of Democrats (and independent Justin Amash) voted to create rules for the ongoing impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump. According to House Democrats, the rules will bring the impeachment inquiry into the open, allowing the public to follow along. According to the Republicans, the whole process has been a sham from the start. CQ Roll Call reporter Patrick Kelley joins the show to talk about what happened on the House floor during the vote and the direction the inquiry could be headed next.


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