If you've lost track of what's going on in President Trump's impeachment trial, it’s understandable, there's been impeachment talk for months.
Even today, a day some observers had waited breathlessly for, when senators got to question the House impeachers and the president's lawyers, turned into predictably partisan meatballs being lobbed to lawyers who seemed to have rehearsed their answers.
The only unknown is will former National Security Advisor John Bolton testify, he supposedly would attest to the Ukranian quid pro quo, no coincidence that he has a White House tell all book coming out in March.
If the Senate decides to allow Bolton to testify, the Republican's will call their own witnesses, and as Oklahoma Senator James Lankford said this impeachment trial could easily drag into April or May or even beyond.
Does the country want that?
TV ratings indicate most Americans aren't interested anymore.
It's looking more and more like the Republicans have the votes to shut down this impeachment push come Friday, but that won't be the end of it some have vowed to start it all over again.
I'm Kelly Ogle and that's My 2 Cents.