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(Senate - January 21, 2020)

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                           TEXT OF AMENDMENTS

  SA 1284. Mr. SCHUMER proposed an amendment to the resolution S. Res. 
483, to provide for related procedures concerning the articles of 
impeachment against Donald John Trump, President of the United States; 
as follows:

       At the appropriate place in the resolving clause, insert 
     the following:


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       Sec. ___.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
     resolution, pursuant to rules V and VI of the Rules of 
     Procedure and Practice in the Senate When Sitting on 
     Impeachment Trials--
       (1) the Chief Justice of the United States, through the 
     Secretary of the Senate, shall issue a subpoena to the Acting 
     Chief of Staff of the White House commanding him to produce, 
     for the time period from January 1, 2019, to the present, all 
     documents, communications, and other records within the 
     possession, custody, or control of the White House, including 
     the National Security Council, referring or relating to--
       (A) all meetings and calls between President Trump and the 
     President of Ukraine, including documents, communications, 
     and other records related to the scheduling of, preparation 
     for, and follow-up from the President's April 21 and July 25, 
     2019 telephone calls, as well as the President's September 
     25, 2019 meeting with the President of Ukraine in New York;
       (B) all investigations, inquiries, or other probes related 
     to Ukraine, including any that relate in any way to--
       (i) former Vice President Joseph Biden;
       (ii) Hunter Biden and any of his associates;
       (iii) Burisma Holdings Limited (also known as ``Burisma'');
       (iv) interference or involvement by Ukraine in the 2016 
     United States election;
       (v) the Democratic National Committee; or
       (vi) CrowdStrike;
       (C) the actual or potential suspension, withholding, 
     delaying, freezing, or releasing of United States foreign 
     assistance, military assistance, or security assistance of 
     any kind to Ukraine, including but not limited to the Ukraine 
     Security Assistance Initiative (USAI) and Foreign Military 
     Financing (FMF);
       (D) all documents, communications, notes, and other records 
     created or received by Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, 
     then-National Security Advisor John R. Bolton, Senior Advisor 
     to the Chief of Staff Robert B. Blair, and other White House 
     officials relating to efforts to--
       (i) solicit, request, demand, induce, persuade, or coerce 
     Ukraine to conduct or announce investigations;
       (ii) offer, schedule, cancel, or withhold a White House 
     meeting for Ukraine's president; or
       (iii) hold and then release military and other security 
     assistance to Ukraine;
       (E) meetings at or involving the White House that relate to 
     Ukraine, including but not limited to--
       (i) President Zelensky's inauguration on May 20, 2019, in 
     Kiev, Ukraine, including but not limited to President Trump's 
     decision not to attend, to ask Vice President Pence to lead 
     the delegation, directing Vice President Pence not to attend, 
     and the subsequent decision about the composition of the 
     delegation of the United States;
       (ii) a meeting at the White House on or around May 23, 
     2019, involving, among others, President Trump, then-Special 
     Representative for Ukraine Negotiations Ambassador Kurt 
     Volker, then-Energy Secretary Rick Perry, and United States 
     Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, as well as 
     any private meetings or conversations with those individuals 
     before or after the larger meeting;
       (iii) meetings at the White House on or about July 10, 
     2019, involving Ukrainian officials Andriy Yermak and 
     Oleksander Danylyuk and United States Government officials, 
     including, but not limited to, then-National Security Advisor 
     John Bolton, Secretary Perry, Ambassador Volker, and 
     Ambassador Sondland, to include at least a meeting in 
     Ambassador Bolton's office and a subsequent meeting in the 
     Ward Room;
       (iv) a meeting at the White House on or around August 30, 
     2019, involving President Trump, Secretary of State Mike 
     Pompeo, and Secretary of Defense Mark Esper;
       (v) a planned meeting, later cancelled, in Warsaw, Poland, 
     on or around September 1, 2019 between President Trump and 
     President Zelensky, and subsequently attended by Vice 
     President Pence; and
       (vi) a meeting at the White House on or around September 
     11, 2019, involving President Trump, Vice President Pence, 
     and Mr. Mulvaney concerning the lifting of the hold on 
     security assistance for Ukraine;
       (F) meetings, telephone calls or conversations related to 
     any occasions in which National Security Council officials 
     reported concerns to National Security Council lawyers, 
     including but not limited to National Security Council Legal 
     Advisor, John Eisenberg, regarding matters related to 
     Ukraine, including but not limited to--
       (i) the decision to delay military assistance to Ukraine;
       (ii) the July 10, 2019 meeting at the White House with 
     Ukrainian officials;
       (iii) the President's July 25, 2019 call with the President 
     of Ukraine;
       (iv) a September 1, 2019 meeting between Ambassador 
     Sondland and a Ukrainian official; and
       (v) the President's September 7, 2019 call with Ambassador 
     Sondland;
       (G) any internal review or assessment within the White 
     House regarding Ukraine matters following the September 9, 
     2019, request for documents from the House Permanent Select 
     Committee on Intelligence, the House Committee on Oversight 
     and Reform, and the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, 
     including, but not limited to, documents collected that 
     pertain to the hold on military and other security assistance 
     to Ukraine, the scheduling of a White House meeting for the 
     president of Ukraine, and any requests for investigations by 
     Ukraine;
       (H) the complaint submitted by a whistleblower within the 
     Intelligence Community on or around August 12, 2019, to the 
     Inspector General of the Intelligence Community;
       (I) all meetings or calls, including requests for or 
     records of meetings or telephone calls, scheduling items, 
     calendar entries, White House visitor records, and email or 
     text messages using personal or work-related devices between 
     or among--
       (i) current or former White House officials or employees, 
     including but not limited to President Trump; and
       (ii) Rudolph W. Giuliani, Ambassador Sondland, Victoria 
     Toensing, or Joseph diGenova; and
       (J) former United States Ambassador to Ukraine Marie 
     ``Masha'' Yovanovitch, including but not limited to the 
     decision to end her tour or recall her from the United States 
     Embassy in Kiev; and
       (2) the Sergeant at Arms is authorized to utilize the 
     services of the Deputy Sergeant at Arms or any other employee 
     of the United States Senate in serving the subpoena 
     authorized to be issued by this section.
                                 ______
                                 
  SA 1285. Mr. SCHUMER proposed an amendment to the resolution S. Res. 
483, to provide for related procedures concerning the articles of 
impeachment against Donald John Trump, President of the United States; 
as follows:

       At the appropriate place in the resolving clause, insert 
     the following:
       Sec. ___.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
     resolution, pursuant to rules V and VI of the Rules of 
     Procedure and Practice in the Senate When Sitting on 
     Impeachment Trials--
       (1) the Chief Justice of the United States, through the 
     Secretary of the Senate, shall issue a subpoena to the 
     Secretary of State commanding him to produce, for the time 
     period from January 1, 2019, to the present, all documents, 
     communications, and other records within the possession, 
     custody, or control of the Department of State, referring or 
     relating to--
       (A) all meetings and calls between President Trump and the 
     President of Ukraine, including documents, communications, 
     and other records related to the scheduling of, preparation 
     for, and follow-up from the President's April 21 and July 25, 
     2019 telephone calls, as well as the President's September 
     25, 2019 meeting with the President of Ukraine in New York;
       (B) the actual or potential suspension, withholding, 
     delaying, freezing, or releasing of United States foreign 
     assistance, military assistance, or security assistance of 
     any kind to Ukraine, including but not limited to the Ukraine 
     Security Assistance Initiative (USAI) and Foreign Military 
     Financing (FMF), including but not limited to all 
     communications with the White House, Department of Defense, 
     and the Office of Management and Budget, as well as the 
     Ukrainian government's knowledge prior to August 28, 2019, of 
     any actual or potential suspension, withholding, delaying, 
     freezing, or releasing of United States foreign assistance to 
     Ukraine, including all meetings, calls, or other engagements 
     with Ukrainian officials regarding potential or actual 
     suspensions, holds, or delays in United States assistance to 
     Ukraine;
       (C) all documents, communications, notes, and other records 
     created or received by, Secretary Michael R. Pompeo, 
     Counselor T. Ulrich Brechbuhl, former Special Representative 
     for Ukraine Negotiations Ambassador Kurt Volker, Deputy 
     Assistant Secretary George Kent, then-United States Embassy 
     in Ukraine Charge d'Affaires William B. Taylor, and 
     Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, and other 
     State Department officials, relating to efforts to--
       (i) solicit, request, demand, induce, persuade, or coerce 
     Ukraine to conduct or announce investigations;
       (ii) offer, schedule, cancel, or withhold a White House 
     meeting for Ukraine's president; or
       (iii) hold and then release military and other security 
     assistance to Ukraine;
       (D) any meetings or proposed meetings at or involving the 
     White House that relate to Ukraine, including but not limited 
     to--
       (i) President Zelensky's inauguration on May 20, 2019, in 
     Kiev, Ukraine, including but not limited to President Trump's 
     decision not to attend, to ask Vice President Pence to lead 
     the delegation, directing Vice President Pence not to attend, 
     and the subsequent decision about the composition of the 
     delegation of the United States;
       (ii) a meeting at the White House on or around May 23, 
     2019, involving, among others, President Trump, then-Special 
     Representative for Ukraine Negotiations Ambassador Kurt 
     Volker, then-Energy Secretary Rick Perry, and United States 
     Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, as well as 
     any private meetings or conversations with those individuals 
     before or after the larger meeting;
       (iii) meetings at the White House on or about July 10, 
     2019, involving Ukrainian officials Andriy Yermak and 
     Oleksander Danylyuk and United States Government officials, 
     including, but not limited to, then-National Security Advisor 
     John Bolton, Secretary Perry, Ambassador Volker, and 
     Ambassador Sondland, to include at least a

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     meeting in Ambassador Bolton's office and a subsequent 
     meeting in the Ward Room;
       (iv) a meeting at the White House on or around August 30, 
     2019, involving President Trump, Secretary of State Mike 
     Pompeo, and Secretary of Defense Mark Esper;
       (v) a planned meeting, later cancelled, in Warsaw, Poland, 
     on or around September 1, 2019 between President Trump and 
     President Zelensky, and subsequently attended by Vice 
     President Pence; and
       (vi) a meeting at the White House on or around September 
     11, 2019, involving President Trump, Vice President Pence, 
     and Mr. Mulvaney concerning the lifting of the hold on 
     security assistance for Ukraine;
       (E) all communications, including but not limited to 
     WhatsApp or text messages on private devices, between current 
     or former State Department officials or employees, including 
     but not limited to Secretary Michael R. Pompeo, Ambassador 
     Volker, Ambassador Sondland, Ambassador Taylor, and Deputy 
     Assistant Secretary Kent, and the following: President 
     Zelensky, Andriy Yermak, or individuals or entities 
     associated with or acting in any capacity as a 
     representative, agent, or proxy for President Zelensky before 
     and after his election;
       (F) all records specifically identified by witnesses in the 
     House of Representatives' impeachment inquiry that 
     memorialize key events or concerns, and any records 
     reflecting an official response thereto, including but not 
     limited to--
       (i) an August 29, 2019 cable sent by Ambassador Taylor to 
     Secretary Pompeo;
       (ii) an August 16, 2019 memorandum to file written by 
     Deputy Assistant Secretary Kent; and
       (iii) a September 15, 2019 memorandum to file written by 
     Deputy Assistant Secretary Kent;
       (G) all meetings or calls, including but not limited tp all 
     requests for or records of meetings or telephone calls, 
     scheduling items, calendar entries, State Department visitor 
     records, and email or text messages using personal or work-
     related devices, between or among--
       (i) current or former State Department officials or 
     employees, including but not limited to Secretary Michael R. 
     Pompeo, Ambassador Volker, and Ambassador Sondland; and
       (ii) Rudolph W. Giuliani, Victoria Toensing, or Joseph 
     diGenova; and
       (H) the curtailment or recall of former United States 
     Ambassador to Ukraine Marie ``Masha'' Yovanovitch from the 
     United States Embassy in Kiev, including credible threat 
     reports against her and any protective security measures 
     taken in response; and
       (2) the Sergeant at Arms is authorized to utilize the 
     services of the Deputy Sergeant at Arms or any other employee 
     of the Senate in serving the subpoena authorized to be issued 
     by this section.
                                 ______
                                 
  SA 1286. Mr. SCHUMER proposed an amendment to the resolution S. Res. 
483, to provide for related procedures concerning the articles of 
impeachment against Donald John Trump, President of the United States; 
as follows:

       At the appropriate place in the resolving clause, insert 
     the following:

       Sec. ___.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
     resolution, pursuant to rules V and VI of the Rules of 
     Procedure and Practice in the Senate When Sitting on 
     Impeachment Trials--
       (1) the Chief Justice of the United States, through the 
     Secretary of the Senate, shall issue a subpoena to the Acting 
     Director of the Office of Management and Budget commanding 
     him to produce, for the time period from January 1, 2019, to 
     the present, all documents, communications, and other records 
     within the possession, custody, or control of the Office of 
     Management and Budget, referring or relating to--
       (A) the actual or potential suspension, withholding, 
     delaying, freezing, or releasing of United States foreign 
     assistance, military assistance, or security assistance of 
     any kind to Ukraine, including but not limited to the Ukraine 
     Security Assistance Initiative (referred to in this section 
     as ``USAI'') and Foreign Military Financing (referred to in 
     this section as ``FMF''), including but not limited to--
       (i) communications among, between, or referring to Director 
     Michael John ``Mick'' Mulvaney, Assistant to the President 
     Robert Blair, Acting Director Russell Vought, Associate 
     Director Michael Duffey, or any other Office of Management 
     and Budget employee;
       (ii) communications related to requests by President Trump 
     for information about Ukraine security or military assistance 
     and responses to those requests;
       (iii) communications related to concerns raised by any 
     Office of Management and Budget employee related to the 
     legality of any hold on foreign assistance, military 
     assistance, or security assistance to Ukraine;
       (iv) communications sent to the Department of State 
     regarding a hold or block on congressional notifications 
     regarding the release of FMF funds to Ukraine;
       (v) communications between--

       (I) officials at the Department of Defense, including but 
     not limited to Undersecretary of Defense Elaine McCusker; and
       (II) Associate Director Michael Duffey, Deputy Associate 
     Director Mark Sandy, or any other Office of Management and 
     Budget employee;

       (vi) all draft and final versions of the August 7, 2019, 
     memorandum prepared by the National Security Division, 
     International Affairs Division, and Office of General Counsel 
     of the Office of Management and Budget about the release of 
     foreign assistance, security assistance, or security 
     assistance to Ukraine;
       (vii) the Ukrainian government's knowledge prior to August 
     28, 2019, of any actual or potential suspension, withholding, 
     delaying, freezing, or releasing of United States foreign 
     assistance, military assistance, or security assistance to 
     Ukraine, including all meetings, calls, or other engagements 
     with Ukrainian officials regarding potential or actual 
     suspensions, holds, or delays in United States assistance to 
     Ukraine;
       (B) communications, opinions, advice, counsel, approvals, 
     or concurrences provided by any employee in the Office of 
     Management and Budget regarding the actual or potential 
     suspension, withholding, delaying, freezing, or releasing of 
     security assistance to Ukraine including legality under the 
     Impoundment Control Act;
       (C) Associate Director Michael Duffey taking over duties 
     related to apportionments of USAI or FMF from Deputy 
     Associate Director Mark Sandy or any other Office of 
     Management and Budget employee;
       (D) all meetings related to the security assistance to 
     Ukraine including but not limited to interagency meetings on 
     July 18, 2019, July 23, 2019, July 26, 2019, and July 31, 
     2019, including any directions provided to staff 
     participating in those meetings and any readouts from those 
     meetings;
       (E) the decision announced on or about September 11, 2019, 
     to release appropriated foreign assistance, military 
     assistance, or security assistance to Ukraine, including but 
     not limited to any notes, memoranda, documentation or 
     correspondence related to the decision;
       (F) all draft and final versions of talking points related 
     to the withholding or release of foreign assistance, military 
     assistance, or security assistance to Ukraine, including 
     communications with the Department of Defense related to 
     concerns about the accuracy of the talking points; and
       (G) all meetings and calls between President Trump and the 
     President of Ukraine, including documents, communications, 
     and other records related to the scheduling of, preparation 
     for, and follow-up from the President's April 21 and July 25, 
     2019, telephone calls, as well as the President's September 
     25, 2019, meeting with the President of Ukraine in New York; 
     and
       (2) the Sergeant at Arms is authorized to utilize the 
     services of the Deputy Sergeant at Arms or any other employee 
     of the Senate in serving the subpoena authorized to be issued 
     by this section.
                                 ______
                                 
  SA 1287. Mr. SCHUMER proposed an amendment to the resolution S. Res. 
483, to provide for related procedures concerning the articles of 
impeachment against Donald John Trump, President of the United States; 
as follows:

       At the appropriate place in the resolving clause, insert 
     the following:
       Sec. ___.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
     resolution, pursuant to rules V and VI of the Rules of 
     Procedure and Practice in the Senate When Sitting on 
     Impeachment Trials, the Chief Justice of the United States, 
     through the Secretary of the Senate, shall issue a subpoena 
     for the taking of testimony of John Michael ``Mick'' 
     Mulvaney, and the Sergeant at Arms is authorized to utilize 
     the services of the Deputy Sergeant at Arms or any other 
     employee of the Senate in serving the subpoena authorized to 
     be issued by this section.
                                 ______
                                 
  SA 1288. Mr. SCHUMER proposed an amendment to the resolution S. Res. 
483, to provide for related procedures concerning the articles of 
impeachment against Donald John Trump, President of the United States; 
as follows:

       At the appropriate place in the resolving clause, insert 
     the following:
       Sec. ___.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
     resolution, pursuant to rules V and VI of the Rules of 
     Procedure and Practice in the Senate When Sitting on 
     Impeachment Trials--
       (1) the Chief Justice of the United States, through the 
     Secretary of the Senate, shall issue a subpoena to the 
     Secretary of Defense commanding him to produce, for the time 
     period from January 1, 2019, to the present, all documents, 
     communications, and other records within the possession, 
     custody, or control of the Department of Defense, referring 
     or relating to--
       (A) the actual or potential suspension, withholding, 
     delaying, freezing, or releasing of United States foreign 
     assistance, military assistance, or security assistance of 
     any kind to Ukraine, including but not limited to the Ukraine 
     Security Assistance Initiative (USAI) and Foreign Military 
     Financing (FMF), including but not limited to--
       (i) communications among or between officials at the 
     Department of Defense, White House, Office of Management and 
     Budget, Department of State, or Office of the Vice President;
       (ii) documents, communications, notes, or other records 
     created, sent, or received by Secretary Mark Esper, Deputy 
     Secretary

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     David Norquist, Undersecretary of Defense Elaine McCusker, 
     and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Laura Cooper, or 
     Mr. Eric Chewning;
       (iii) draft or final letters from Deputy Secretary David 
     Norquist to the Office of Management and Budget; and
       (iv) unredacted copies of all documents released in 
     response to the September 25, 2019, Freedom of Information 
     Act request by the Center for Public Integrity (tracking 
     number 19-F-1934);
       (B) the Ukrainian government's knowledge prior to August 
     28, 2019, of any actual or potential suspension, withholding, 
     delaying, freezing, or releasing of United States foreign 
     assistance, military assistance, or security assistance to 
     Ukraine, including but not limited to all meetings, calls, or 
     other engagements with Ukrainian officials regarding 
     potential or actual suspensions, holds, or delays in United 
     States assistance to Ukraine, including but not limited to--
       (i) communications received from the Department of State 
     concerning the Ukrainian Embassy's inquiries about United 
     States foreign assistance, military assistance, and security 
     assistance to Ukraine; and
       (ii) communications received directly from the Ukrainian 
     Embassy about United States foreign assistance, military 
     assistance, and security assistance to Ukraine;
       (C) communications, opinions, advice, counsel, approvals, 
     or concurrences provided by the Department of Defense, Office 
     of Management and Budget, or the White House, on the legality 
     of any suspension, withholding, delaying, freezing, or 
     releasing of United States foreign assistance, military 
     assistance, and security assistance to Ukraine;
       (D) planned or actual meetings with President Trump related 
     to United States foreign assistance, military assistance, or 
     security assistance to Ukraine, including but not limited to 
     any talking points and notes for Secretary Mark Esper's 
     planned or actual meetings with President Trump on August 16, 
     August 19, or August 30, 2019;
       (E) the decision announced on or about September 11, 2019, 
     to release appropriated foreign assistance, military 
     assistance, and security assistance to Ukraine, including but 
     not limited to any notes, memoranda, documentation or 
     correspondence related to the decision; and
       (F) all meetings and calls between President Trump and the 
     President of Ukraine, including but not limited to documents, 
     communications, and other records related to the scheduling 
     of, preparation for, and follow-up from the President's April 
     21 and July 25, 2019 telephone calls, as well as the 
     President's September 25, 2019 meeting with the President of 
     Ukraine in New York; and
       (2) the Sergeant at Arms is authorized to utilize the 
     services of the Deputy Sergeant at Arms or any other employee 
     of the Senate in serving the subpoena authorized to be issued 
     by this section.
                                 ______
                                 
  SA 1289. Mr. SCHUMER proposed an amendment to the resolution S. Res. 
483, to provide for related procedures concerning the articles of 
impeachment against Donald John Trump, President of the United States; 
as follows:

       At the appropriate place in the resolving clause, insert 
     the following:
       Sec. ___.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
     resolution, pursuant to rules V and VI of the Rules of 
     Procedure and Practice in the Senate When Sitting on 
     Impeachment Trials--
       (1) the Chief Justice of the United States, through the 
     Secretary of the Senate, shall--
       (A) issue a subpoena for the taking of testimony of Robert 
     B. Blair; and
       (B) issue a subpoena for the taking of testimony of Michael 
     P. Duffey; and
       (2) the Sergeant at Arms is authorized to utilize the 
     services of the Deputy Sergeant at Arms or any other employee 
     of the Senate in serving the subpoena authorized to be issued 
     by this section.
                                 ______
                                 
  SA 1290. Mr. SCHUMER proposed an amendment to the resolution S. Res. 
483, to provide for related procedures concerning the articles of 
impeachment against Donald John Trump, President of the United States; 
as follows:

       On page 2, between lines 4 and 5, insert the following:

       If, during the impeachment trial of Donald John Trump, any 
     party seeks to admit evidence that has not been submitted as 
     part of the record of the House of Representatives and that 
     was subject to a duly authorized subpoena, that party shall 
     also provide the opposing party all other documents 
     responsive to that subpoena. For the purposes of this 
     paragraph, the term ``duly authorized subpoena'' includes any 
     subpoena issued pursuant to the impeachment inquiry of the 
     House of Representatives.
       The Senate shall take all necessary measures to ensure the 
     proper handling of confidential and classified information in 
     the record.
                                 ______
                                 
  SA 1291. Mr. SCHUMER proposed an amendment to the resolution S. Res. 
483, to provide for related procedures concerning the articles of 
impeachment against Donald John Trump, President of the United States; 
as follows:

       At the appropriate place in the resolving clause, insert 
     the following:

       Sec. ___.  Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
     resolution, pursuant to rules V and VI of the Rules of 
     Procedure and Practice in the Senate When Sitting on 
     Impeachment Trials, the Chief Justice of the United States, 
     through the Secretary of the Senate, shall issue a subpoena 
     for the taking of testimony of John Robert Bolton, and the 
     Sergeant at Arms is authorized to utilize the services of the 
     Deputy Sergeant at Arms or any other employee of the Senate 
     in serving the subpoena authorized to be issued by this 
     section.
                                 ______
                                 
  SA 1292. Mr. SCHUMER proposed an amendment to the resolution S. Res. 
483, to provide for related procedures concerning the articles of 
impeachment against Donald John Trump, President of the United States; 
as follows:

       On page 3, line 8, strike ``4 hours'' and insert ``2 
     hours''.
       On page 3, line 10, strike ``the question of'' and all that 
     follows through ``rules'' on line 12.
       On page 3, line 14, insert ``any such motion'' after 
     ``decide''.
       On page 3, line 15, strike ``whether'' and all that follows 
     through ``documents'' on line 17.
       On page 3, line 18, strike ``that question'' and insert 
     ``any such motion''.
       On page 3, lines 23 and 24 strike ``and the Senate shall 
     decide after deposition which witnesses shall testify'' and 
     insert ``and then shall testify in the Senate''.
                                 ______
                                 
  SA 1293. Mr. SCHUMER proposed an amendment to the resolution S. Res. 
483, to provide for related procedures concerning the articles of 
impeachment against Donald John Trump, President of the United States; 
as follows:

       On page 2, beginning on line 10, strike ``11:00 a.m. on 
     Wednesday, January 22, 2020'' and insert ``9:00 a.m. on 
     Thursday, January 23, 2020''.
       On page 2, line 15, strike ``Wednesday, January 22, 2020'' 
     and insert ``Thursday, January 23, 2020''.
                                 ______
                                 
  SA 1294. Mr. SCHUMER (for Mr. Van Hollen) proposed an amendment to 
the resolution S. Res. 483, to provide for related procedures 
concerning the articles of impeachment against Donald John Trump, 
President of the United States; as follows:

       On page 3, line 20, insert ``The Presiding Officer shall 
     rule to authorize the subpoena of any witness or any document 
     that a Senator or a party moves to subpoena if the Presiding 
     Officer determines that the witness or document is likely to 
     have probative evidence relevant to either article of 
     impeachment before the Senate.'' after ``order.''.
  The CHIEF JUSTICE. The majority leader is recognized.

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