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Impeachment Recap 11/4 - The Public Phase

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CNN offers this recap:
Dems prep next impeachment phase 

House investigators, bracing for more witnesses to defy their demands at the behest of the White House, are now signaling they are prepared to begin the next phase of their impeachment inquiry even if their subpoenas are ignored.

A number of House Democrats told CNN's Manu Raju and Jeremy Herb that it's time for that next step, saying they've already built enough evidence to advance the proceedings to the public stage.

Reminder -- Rep. Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, told CNN some of the transcripts of the closed-door interviews could be made public as early as this week. 

Key Documents

Need a refresher on what happened when? Check out the key documents CNN has annotated below:

The whistleblower complaint

The White House transcript of Trump's Ukraine phone call

The Ukraine text messages

The indictment of Rudy Giuliani's associates 

You can also reference CNN's visual timeline and guide to the key players for more background.
What are we doing here?
The President has invited foreign powers to interfere in the US presidential election.

Democrats want to impeach him for it.

It is a crossroads for the American system of government as the President tries to change what's acceptable for US politicians. This newsletter will focus on this consequential moment in US history.
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