With impeachment done, some Democrats said that current oversight efforts should be aimed at releasing new information to the public that will inform how they vote in November, rather than attempting to remove Mr. Trump from office again.
“Holding hearings to hold the administration accountable is our recourse, and we’ll let the American public know,” said Rep. David Cicilline (D., R.I.), a member of the Judiciary Committee.
“I do believe as it pertains to impeachment that we are past that now,” said Rep. Max Rose (D., N.Y.), who is one of 30 House Democrats who represent a district that Mr. Trump carried in 2016. “That now it is up to the American people. I don’t think I could be clearer than that.”…
“There’s still internally a lot of different opinions about whether we should pursue subpoenas against Bolton and other people,” said Rep. John Yarmuth (D., Ky.), the chairman of the House Budget Committee. “We’re still dealing with it, trying to figure out where people want to go,” he added.