Texas Al-Greens' resolution faces big chances, but voting is a dilemma for imminent supporters as well as moderate Democrats as it will put them at will in what is likely to be a vote or killing resolution or referral
Green forces Parliament to accept its articles on impeachment because it is considered a privileged resolution according to the rules of the House, which means that Parliament must take action within two days, o Parliament meets. The Greens twice have introduced such measures against Trump, but the potential vote on Wednesday will be the first under Pelosi's vote.
The Democratic leadership did not say Wednesday how Parliament will act on the Immigration resolution. They could vote for him that would kill the measure, or they could refer it to the Judicial Committee, which would not be obliged to act on it. "I do not know what we're going to do, but we'll deal with it on the floor," Pelosi said on Wednesday.
The Democratic source who participated in the talks on Greene's resolution said the democratic leaders backed the killing of the resolution instead of referring it to the judiciary committee.
Republicans are expected to support the introduction of the resolution to show opposition to two parties to remove the president from the grounds set out in the Green Resolution, according to a senior assistant to the PA leadership. The White House wants a loud voice to kill the resolution, a source familiar with the White House thought.
Democratic aides say voting may happen on Wednesday night, but the exact time is unclear. a party that will hold on to the resolution he introduced Tuesday evening stating that the impeachment should follow a Tuesday home vote that condemns the president's racist tweets.
"We should not give up, we have to go ahead as quickly as possible and do it because yesterday we condemned the president … The sentence is condemnable, and today we have the opportunity to punish," Greene said referring to the resolution was passed on Tuesday and sentenced racist language to use "As a result of what we did yesterday, the president does not hurt, he should not pay any fine, he will not lose his job. But now we have the opportunity to punish. "
Democrats have been fighting the issue of impeachment since taking control of Parliament, and now more than a third of home Democrats publicly support the launch of an Immigration Investigation, but Pelosi resisted these efforts , saying that they should not move forward with impeachment unless the public is on their side
"With all the respect in the world for him, we have six committees working on the following: for any abuse of power, obstruction of Justice and Remain lats part, which may have involved the president, "said Pelosi. "This is the serious way we are, not that Mr. Greene is not serious, but we will deal with it on the floor."
Green raises Immigration resolution a week before Robert Mueller's testimony. publicly before Parliament, an event that many impeachment advocates say, will be key to shaking the public – and skeptical MPs – on impeachment.
"Our goal must be to make sure Muller's hearing is going well," House Demokratic Kucus Chairman Hacke Jeffreys of New York
Other Democrats supporting the launch of an Immigration Investigation – and in some cases progressing with articles on impeachment – said they would support the Green measure, even if they did not agree with his decision to bring
"If I thought it was a really good idea, I would have done it myself," Rep. Steve Cohen, a Democrat from Tennessee, who will support Greene's resolution.
This is the most wise moment, "said rep. Veronice Escobar, Texas Democrat in the Judicial Committee. "I mean, believe me, this is something I'm struggling with myself, and I think the president is unfit for work, and that is why I have to think about this, but … we have made significant progress that we really need to follow  But Green said he has decided to continue with his resolution because he believes Congress should send Trump a "powerful message that this country will not tolerate fanaticism, racism, hatred, xenophobia, Islamophobia."
He noted , that the Immigration Resolution is not related to Muller or the findings of his investigation
"You you do not postpone justice. Müller's silence has nothing to do with what we are doing now. it is about fanaticism and racism, and about racism that has been invested in politics, "Green said.
In December 2017 and January 2018, Green also introduced privileged impeachment resolutions, both of which were dealt with by the Republican-led house. The resolutions were killed by 364-58 and 355-66, respectively, with the majority of Democrats joining the Republicans to defeat them in both cases.
This story was updated with further developments on Wednesday. CNN's Lauren Fox, Ashley Killough and Morgan Rimmer contributed to this report