Nadler says Trump could see impeachment articles by late fall
Jerry Nadler told MSNBC that President Trump could face articles of impeachment by late fall. As quoted on Politico, “If we decide to report articles of impeachment, we could get to that late in the fall, in the latter part of the year,” Nadler said on MSNBC."
He's reportedly going to petition a federal judge in hopes to get lawmakers access to some "grand jury evidence collected by former special counsel Robert Mueller." Jerry Nadler's committee is also reportedly preparing to sue Don McGahn, the former White House counsel "to compel his testimony in the committee’s ongoing investigation into potential abuses of power by Trump."
Nadler was quoted saying, “I think that we will probably get court decisions by the end of October, maybe shortly thereafter. We’ll have hearings in September and October with people we don’t — witnesses who are not dependent on the court proceedings."