The House of Representatives is expected to vote this afternoon on an Article of Impeachment for President Trump. If Trump is impeached on that Article, the process would then move to the U.S. Senate, but that’s only if Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer agree that it’s an emergency, which would force the Senate to reconvene. However, Sen. McConnell reportedly doesn’t agree that it’s an emergency.

Democrats won’t like this at all:

If that holds, will the Senate still move forward with a trial after Trump has left office?

It’s also worth noting that Axios previously reported that McConnell was “leaning toward” voting to convict Trump in a Senate trial. Perhaps that will still happen, but if it does it might not be until after Inauguration Day. Stay tuned.