The House is set to vote on a resolution formalizing impeachment inquiry procedures on Thursday. If the resolution passes, Taylor could possibly be one of the first witnesses House Democrats publicly interview.
There hasn't been a formal request from House Democrats for Taylor to testify, but many view Taylor as a logical first choice, the network reports.
In his recent closed-door testimony to House investigators, Taylor gave a scrupulously documented account of how he believed that the withholding of promised aid to Ukraine by the White House was correlated to President TrumpDonald TrumpJan. 6 panel faces double-edged sword with Alex Jones, Roger Stone Trump goes after Woodward, Costa over China Republicans seem set to win the midterms — unless they defeat themselves MORE wanting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to publicly announce that he would investigate former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenSouth Africa health minister calls travel bans over new COVID variant 'unjustified' Biden attends tree lighting ceremony after day out in Nantucket Senior US diplomat visiting Southeast Asia to 'reaffirm' relations MORE.
Taylor's 15-page opening statement, part of the detailed documentation, contained some of the most damning evidence against the president to date, according to Democrats.
"Without question the most powerful testimony we've heard," said Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.), who sits on the House Oversight and Reform Committee.
"This testimony is a sea change. I think it could accelerate matters," Lynch continued. "This will, I think, answer more questions than it raises."