A quick snapshot of what's happening now in impeachment news.

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Previously: This is it. 50 days ago, on September 24, Nancy Pelosi announced that an impeachment inquiry was underway after a whistleblower alerted Congress to a potential quid-pro-quo in a call between President Trump and Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky. After investigating for a little more than a month behind closed doors, the full House voted on Halloween to officially authorize the impeachment inquiry. In the two weeks since that vote, House investigative committees have wrapped their closed-door depositions and released extensive transcripts from that testimony. And now, tomorrow, the open inquiry begins. Let's do this.

What's coming next: This is it: Open impeachment proceedings begin tomorrow with the testimony of William Taylor and George Kent, followed by a second hearing on Friday with former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. This is only the third time in modern presidential history that this has happened. It's go time, let's see some hustle, and all that stuff.

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