House Intelligence Committee releases report of its findings in the Trump impeachment inquiry

The House Intelligence Committee released a draft report on Tuesday of key findings in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump speaks to reporters at the White House before departing to Fayetteville, North Carolina in Washington, U.S. September 9, 2019. REUTERS/Erin Scott
  • The report's main conclusion was that the president "conditioned a White House meeting and military aid to Ukraine on a public announcement of investigations beneficial to his reelection campaign."
  • The Democratic-led committee also found that Trump "obstructed the impeachment inquiry by instructing witnesses and agencies to ignore subpoenas for documents and testimony."
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The House Intelligence Committee released its report on Tuesday of its key findings in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

The report's main conclusions were:

  • "The President Conditioned a White House Meeting and Military Aid to Ukraine on a Public Announcement of Investigations Beneficial to his Reelection Campaign."
  • "The President Obstructed the Impeachment Inquiry by Instructing Witnesses and Agencies to Ignore Subpoenas for Documents and Testimony."
  • Trump "removed anti-corruption champion Ambassador [Marie] Yovanovitch."
  • The president's "hand-picked agents" began the "scheme" to strongarm Ukraine into acceding to his political demands.

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