Senate votes to hear witnesses in 55-45 vote -- with 5 GOP senators siding with Democrats

Update: In a fast-moving vote, GOP Senators Murkowski, Romney, Collins, Sasse and Graham voted with a bloc of Democratic Party senators to enable House Impeachment Managers to call witnesses at the second Senate Impeachment trial of former President Donald John Trump

On Saturday, House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin announced on the Senate floor that he will move to subpoena Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA) as a witness in the trial of former President Donald Trump.

Raskin said that he specifically wants notes from Herrera Beutler regarding her conversations with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) on Trump's resistance to calling the national guard to put down the Capitol insurrection, a set of facts which goes to the president's disinterest in stopping the riot from taking place.

This subpoena would require a vote by the full Senate to be approved. If it takes place, the trial could be extended past the weekend, as further testimony is heard.