Listen: Questions swirl around timing, scope of anticipated Senate trial
"The timing of the Senate impeachment trial against President. Trump remains ends up in the air. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports congressional leaders. Continue to spar over logistics a day after the democratic controlled House impeach. The president ought abusive power and obstruction of Congress. House minority leader. Kevin McCarthy is blasting speaker. Nancy Pelosi for not immediately sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate. She's admitting defeat by not sending it by refusing to send impeachment over. She knows this outcome is not good. Pelosi says she's holding often till the terms of the trial are set she also took a swipe at Senate majority leader. Mitch McConnell our founders. When they wrote the constitution they suspected acted that there could be a real president. I don't think they suspected that we can have a rolled president and a rogue leader in the Senate at the same"