Rep. Jerrold Nadler, the long-serving New York liberal Democrat who has been instrumental in each of former President Donald Trump’s two impeachments, is considering retiring after his term expires during next year’s midterms, according to sources who spoke to the New York Post.

“People are wondering when he would decide to retire,” said one associate, who also went on to say that Democrats “could lose control of the House of Representatives next year, with Nadler facing a prolonged future in the minority,” The Post added.