President Trump left Washington on Monday for a two-day trip to the United Kingdom for a meeting of NATO leaders — just as the House impeachment inquiry enters a new stage. Trump is often a wild card at NATO meetings, having criticized the alliance and pushed member countries to increase their contributions.
Here are five things to watch.
Does impeachment overshadow the trip?
Impeachment was front of mind for Trump, who tweeted after his White House departure for London that it was “Not nice!” for Democrats to schedule a House Judiciary Committee hearing on the same day as his overseas meetings.