House will vote to send impeachment to Senate tomorrow but there's a caveat
Senate debate continues over witnesses
Nancy Pelosi said the House will vote tomorrow to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate.
The odds on scenario now is that the Senate calls at least one witness - John Bolton -- who says he will cooperate with the inquiry. However Pelosi may have a fresh card to play with Axios reporting that the House could make public a trove of text messages from Lev Parnas, the indicted former associate of Rudy Guiliani who was working with him in Ukraine.
Asked if the contents of the documents Parnas provided to the committee hurt the president, his lawyer replied: "They aren't helpful."
That could mean Parnas is called to testify as well and then we might get a semblance of a real trial.
There is still very little chance Trump is convicted in the Senate but nothing is for sure in politics.