Josh Marshall over at TPM makes a compelling case that if the Democrats take the House this November, that the focus should not be on impeachment. Rather, the focus of a Democratic House should be investigating the President’s finances and conflicts of interests as well as connections to Russia. Nutshell is that there will not be enough (if any) Republicans to vote to convict Trump in the Senate. So a lot of time and effort into a process that will ultimately go nowhere and hand Trump a victory, vs. investigative proceedings that may shed a great deal of light on Trump’s actual dealings. It’s worth a read.