(CNN)House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler will once again be in the hot seat Wednesday, as the impeachment inquiry moves to a new phase from gathering information to possibly charging President Donald Trump with crimes. In the past two months, the House Intelligence Committee has issued dozens of subpoenas and taken more than 100 hours of testimony from current and former Trump administration officials. It held seven public hearings featuring a dozen witnesses. On Monday, it issued a 300-page report alleging that that Trump abused his power and obstructed justice in pressuring Ukraine to open investigations against Democrats. But now, that panel will retreat into the background as the Judiciary Committee is expected to draft articles of impeachment. Nadler worked for months on his own sweeping investigation into Trump, his campaign’s activities and potential obstruction of justice requesting information from more than 80 individuals and entities with ties to the President. But, Nadler — who pledged the House was engaged an impeachment inquiry before the Ukraine scandal boiled over — had faced some criticism from colleagues who argued some of the high-profile hearings including that one with former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski had gone off the rails. Now, Nadler’s… Read full this story
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