That remains to be seen.
It depends on whether he can get anyone in his corner to go after those who lied under oath or said they were unaware of things it's obviously their job to know.
That's how investigations go, you get people under oath, then you compare what they said oath to the paper trail looking for contradictions. Then you go back at them with contradictions or at least with things they said they knew nothing about when due to their job description they should have known. The good stuff is paperwork they initialed when they read it and that their testimony contradicts.
Will all the paper appear out of the government morass that is almost all rabidly opposed to Trump? Probably not, but it's the way you have to go about it unless and until a few pairs of chestnuts you have roasting on an open fire pop and tell you where the bigger pairs of chestnuts to roast are.
Good post. I agree.