House Democrats are poring through reams of material by indicted Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas to see whether there’s anything that could be used at the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, according to multiple sources familiar with the matter.

Officials on the House Intelligence and House Oversight committees are trying to quickly assess the vast array of records that Parnas provided to Capitol Hill, including photos, dozens of text messages and thousands of pages of documents, according to the sources. Joseph Bondy, Parnas’ attorney, hand-delivered the contents of an iPhone to the Intelligence panel’s staff over the weekend…

“I think it’s something we can’t ignore,” said Rep. Val Demings, a Florida Democrat on the House Intelligence and Judiciary committees, told CNN when asked about Parnas’ documents. “To what extent we can get through it before the Senate trial remains to be seen.”