In a big relief for US President Donald Trump, the impeachment procedure is over and Trump is acquitted of all charges. However, the Ukraine saga is still not over yet.
Despite Trump's acquittal, his dealings with Ukraine, engaging in large part from the foreign policy entanglements pursued by personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, was still not finished. Until any fresh witness, documents, proof emerges, Trump is free to push his reelection campaign.
In an interview, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said, "More is going to come out every day, indeed it has come out every day and every week." As per Schiff who is also House's lead impeachment manager, no final conclusion have been made on whether to subpoena Bolton in the House after the Senate voted not to hear his testimony.
"The president's basic lack of character, his willingness to cheat in the election - he's not going to stop," Schiff added. "It's not going to change, which means that we are going to have to remain eternally vigilant."
In the meantime, numerous pages of Ukraine-related documents are slowly coming out in response to Freedom of Information Act lawsuits filed by watchdog groups. The Justice Department revealed in a court filing last weekend that it has 24 emails related to Ukraine that it has not produced.