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They needed only the backing of four Republicans for removing Trump from office, but five Democratic lawmakers have indicated they will vote for impeachment, enough to pass the measure on the floor.
Thus far, Republicans who have announced support for impeachment include Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan, and Reps. Elise Stefanik and Fred Upton of New York. Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska has said she backs the inquiry but not yet voted for impeachment.
And Rep. Jason Lewis of Minnesota said last week he was “in favor of opening the door” to an inquiry, though he had not decided if he would support impeachment.
More lawmakers are expected to join in, but “it’s really looking like we’ve got the votes,” said one lawmaker, who requested anonymity to speak on background.
The House Judiciary Committee passed its article of impeachment on Wednesday — for abuse of power, based on Trump’s call with Zelensky — and the House Intelligence Committee is expected to do the same on Friday.
As for the Senate, Sen. Mitch McConnell is set to allow the matter to be brought up for a vote. No commitment has been made, however, by any Republican on whether they’ll also back the measure. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer asked McConnell for a trial-like process, but McConnell had signaled Tuesday he opposed that.
It was not immediately clear how the few GOP members who have announced support for impeachment had voted on the House floor Wednesday. Several, including Amash, voted “present” rather than supporting impeachment.
Three other Republicans have indicated they will not support impeachment, including Collins.
The Democrats’ success on the floor will be limited in the GOP-controlled Senate, where two-thirds support is needed to remove a president from office.