House Democrats won’t abandon their legal quest to force the release of President Donald Trump’s private financial records or former White House counsel Don McGahn’s testimony even as lawmakers press an impeachment blitz that focuses on Ukraine.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi seems eager to get any possible articles of impeachment out the door, tapping the House Intelligence Committee to lead the charge as the panel investigates Trump’s call with Ukranian President Volodymyr Zelensky and other claims of wrongdoing in an explosive whistleblower complaint.

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