"He said she picked for their Experience with our law enforcement experience Litigating experience so they do have that threat in common however some of these numbers. I've been in the house for a while and people that your everyday cable news watcher will recognize such as Adam shifts that intelligence committee chairman or Akeem Jeffries who's the Democratic Caucus chairman. But there are some new faces. Jason Crowe from Colorado is a freshman so big deal for a freshman. This could change the trajectory of his career. Also Sylvia Garcia of Texas. These are Democrats who represent the middle of the country. Jason Crowe when Republican district last year and has Camila experience and was one of a handful of Democrats to really push for impeachment after the Ukraine allegations surfaced thou demings is a former police. Chief for Orlando. She was the first woman to hold that job. She's on the intelligence and judiciary committees. Sushi has through the past three months or so really articulated. The reason why House Democrats were pursuing impeachment. So I think that this will be a unique group to watch and we'll see what how they present their case. Tell us more about what role the managers play in the Senate trial. Is this more. They're going to be questioning warning potential. Witnesses what does that look like so think of what. The House has been doing for the past several months as kind of preparing an indictment right. -ment those articles of impeachment the two that they passed in December they are the conclusion of their investigation and now they will put those on trial in in the Senate and so these impeachment managers will act as Prosecutors. In a way am they will present the case to the jurors which are one hundred senators. Who are going to be seated? They're they're supposed to be looking at. Their phones are supposed to be paying attention and acting as impartial jurors and and listening to a case. Now Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell has said the trial is likely to begin next week and details are still emerging. But what can you tell us about what what that will look like yet. We don't have a set format yet but Mitch. McConnell has said that this will track with the Clinton process which allowed for twenty four hours of opening arguments nonconsecutive so that will spread over a few days from both the impeachment managers on the House. Democrats curbside and then also for the President's defense team which will be led by White House counsel Bologna and then. The senators will likely to ask this questions in the Clinton case that took sixteen hours and they asked questions not from themselves. They submitted the questions and writing and then they were able to get answers from the people that were questioning and then there will be a debate over witnesses. Some Democrats and some Republicans Sirdar pushing to bring in more witnesses. Some Republicans WanNa hear from say Hunter Biden. Democrats have put out a list that they're wanting to hear from it includes John Bolton an acting White House chief Mick Mulvaney all right Wall Street Journal reporter Natalie Andrews joining me from the Capitol in Washington. Thank you so much natalie. Thank."