the House of Representatives will on Wednesday vote on whether to send the charges presented in rigsretssagen against president Donald Trump on to the Senate.
It says the democratic chairman of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi.
A vote in the House of Representatives Wednesday opening that the Senate can take the initial steps in the rigsretssagen against Trump already this week.
The rigsretssagen in the Senate will begin probably in the next week, saying the republican flertalsleder in the Senate, Mitch McConnell.
this week, there may be preparatory steps such as taking the senators in the ed, he says.
- It will make us ready to begin the real trial next Tuesday, says McConnell.
Pelosi has been waiting for several weeks to send the charges far from the House of Representatives to the Senate, where rigsretssagen to take place.
She and Mitch McConnell have disagreed in the issue of new witnesses, when the case moves on to the Senate.
Tuesday dishes Pelosi renewed criticism against McConnell and say that he is trying to cover up the Trump.
the Americans will fully perceive the Senate's attempt to commence the trial without the witnesses and documents as a pure political blackout. McConnell and the president are afraid that more facts are coming forward, writes Pelosi on Twitter.
the Democrats would like current and former top officials in The White House to testify under oath.
Among them is Trumps the former national security adviser John Bolton, which can potentially damage the president's case.
McConnell has not yet announced whether there can be new witnesses or submitted new documents in the case.
However, two republican senators, Lindsey Graham and Mike Rounds, says that the McConnells plan for rigsretssagen guarantee that there will be held a vote on the calling of witnesses and the submission of new evidence.
Democrats fear that McConnell will try to manage the process towards an express acquittal of the president - something he has hinted that he will make.
What is the Senate, which makes that they do not have space in the calendar to hear from witnesses such as John Bolton and Mick Mulvaney, says the democratic congressman Hakeem Jeffries on Tuesday, according to the tv station CNN.
Mulvaney's acting chief of staff in The White House. The democrats would like to summon him and Bolton as witnesses to hear more about a disputed phone conversation between Trump and the president of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelenskij, in July.
The two charges against Trump is about official misconduct, and obstruction of Congressional work.
the President is accused of having abused his power by pressuring Ukraine's government to launch a study of the Trumps political rival Joe Biden and his son.
in Addition, Trump accused to have worked against Congress in the investigation of the case.
It is only the third time in US history, to begin an impeachment against the sitting president.