The Trump-Russia Timeline is a compilation of what the public knows. The continuing revelations prompt an obvious question: What else is out there?

Next week, senators will vote on whether to allow witness testimony during the impeachment trial. The latest polls show that a vast majority of Americans — 66 to 80 percent — favor it.

All Democratic senators favor allowing witness testimony, which has occurred in every prior impeachment. Do Republican senators want to learn the truth now or later? That’s the only question because, make no mistake, eventually the truth will come out. All of it.

When it does, Republicans who opposed witness testimony at Trump’s trial will have to explain to their constituents why their willful ignorance in the short run somehow served the country’s best interests in the long run.

And the short run could be very short indeed.

Here is a list of the latest updates to the Trump-Russia Timeline at Dan Rather’s News & Guts and Just Security:

FEB. 10, 2019: Toensing and Giuliani Exchange Texts Regarding Yovanovitch’s Firing

FEB. 17, 2019: Toensing Presses for Information on Yovanovitch’s Status

MARCH 23-29, 2019: Text Messages Suggest Yovanovitch is Under Surveillance in Kiev, But Parnas Later Says She Wasn’t

MAR. 29, 2019: Nunes’ Aide in Contact with Parnas

APR. 12-19, 2019: Parnas Sets Up Interviews with Nunes’ Aide

APR. 23, 2019: Giuliani Texts Parnas About Yovanovitch

MAY 7, 2019: Parnas, Giuliani, and Others Meet Privately

MAY 10-11, 2019: Giuliani Seeks Meeting With Zelensky, Gets Rebuffed

MAY 12, 2019: Parnas Tells Ukrainian Officials That US Will Halt All Aid and Pence Won’t Attend Inauguration Unless They Investigate the Bidens

JULY 3, 2019: Parnas Tells Giuliani: ‘Going to Vienna’

EARLY NOVEMBER 2019: Russians Hack Burisma

NOV. 8, 2019: Trump Considers Accepting Putin Invitation to ‘Victory Parade’

JAN. 3, 2020: Trump Withholds More Emails

JAN. 6, 2020: Bolton Says He’ll Testify in Senate Trial

JAN. 7, 2020: Prosecutors Seek Prison Time for Flynn

JAN. 10, 2020: Trump Says He’ll Try to Block Bolton Testimony

JAN. 13, 2020: Barr Requires That He Approve FBI Counterintelligence Investigations Into Political Campaigns

JAN. 14, 2020: Flynn Moves to Withdraw Guilty Plea

JAN. 15, 2020: House Votes to Send Articles of Impeachment to Senate

JAN. 15-16, 2020: Parnas Speaks Publicly, Implicates Trump, Pence, Pompeo, Bolton, and Barr

JAN. 16, 2020: GAO Finds OMB Broke the Law by Withholding Aid

JAN. 16, 2020: Ukraine Opens Investigation into Russian Hack of Burisma

JAN. 16, 2020: Ukraine Opens Investigation into Possible Surveillance of Yovanovitch

JAN. 16, 2020: Trump’s Senate Impeachment Trial Begins

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