The top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee is asking witnesses about their familiarity with a dossier of opposition research compiled on Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign.
"We aren't finished yet, the day is not over", Pelosi said during her weekly press conference.
The shifts appeared to be affected by public impeachment hearings. She added that it is up to the House committees involved in the inquiry to decide whether additional testimony is needed.
So far, the public hearings have shed damaging light on Trump's agenda with Ukraine.
A poll of Wisconsin voters released Wednesday flipped for the first time and found President Trump leading all four Democratic frontrunners, after the same poll in October had the president losing to former vice president Joe Biden and progressive senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
Trump's recent lunch meetings highlight the White House's desire to highlight how they believe they're working towards legislative priorities; the president also frequently mentions the importance of party unity, especially as he heads into an election year. Per Politico, "Hill previously told House investigators that then-National Security Adviser John Bolton instructed her to report her concerns about Rudy Giuliani and Trump's dealings with Ukraine to NSC lawyers".
The poll took place November 12 through Monday, before a series of public hearings Tuesday and Wednesday in the House Intelligence Committee's impeachment inquiry.
President Trump said Tuesday he would select a new chief of staff within a couple of weeks.
Eight witnesses are expected to take the stand this week in the hearings, including the U.S. ambassador to the EU, Gordon Sondland, who allegedly transmitted Trump's demands to the Ukraine government. "It was no secret".