The House of Representatives formally voted to proceed with the impeachment inquiry, largely along party lines, with Republicans speaking out against the rules the House set forth for the process.
The vote marks the beginning of an inquiry that is now open to the public.
For two months, House investigators have gathered evidence through testimonies and subpoenas set into motion by an anonymous whistleblower complaint regarding the President’s motives during a phone call with President Zelensky of Ukraine, and the way in which the phone call was “hidden” afterward.
We take a simple look at the information that has been gathered and the defense coming from the White House and its supporters. Check it out here.