How many witnesses have now corroborated the quid pro quo now? 5? 6? No matter how Republicans try to spin this, the damage is done. Trump overtly tried to use the power of his office and the taxpayer's money to get a foreign power to investigate one of his political rivals. You can't avoid the realization that the articles of impeachment will inevitably include obstruction of justice based on the Trump Administration's refusal to cooperate at any level. It's always the cover-up isn't it? This will play out in the courts, the congress, and the court of public opinion, as well as in the history books. Nixon still has his defenders, Bill Clinton's crime of lying to congress was valid. Is that enough to overturn a election? Some say yes and some say no. Trump continues to throw gasoline on the impeachment fire. Let's see how that works out for him.