Judiciary Committee / Trump / Language / Mon / Wed

SCOOP: The Judiciary Committee is preparing to take its first formal vote to define its Trump impeachment investigation. Language still in flux but a draft is tentatively planned for Mon. morning, with Wed. vote. Story w/ @heatherscope  @BresPolitico 

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