There’s going to be an investigation. There’s going to be testimony. There’s going to be records. But, for all the things that might emerge then, he confessed on television to the abuse of power. So there’s this central fact that Congress has to weigh in on: whether this is or is not a high crime. For all of that, we also know that this is a political process. And I think what’s going on in the minds of a lot of Senate Republicans is this question of whether they will ever find some way to say what they know deep down, which is that this President is a disaster not only for the country but for their own party. Or whether staying in power requires them to continue riding this tiger until he finally devours them. And so, in a very sad and very real sense, that’s what’s going to play out.