The House Intelligence Committee has released its impeachment inquiry report, detailing its investigation into allegations that President Donald Trump improperly withheld military aid to Ukraine and leveraged an Oval Office meeting in exchange for investigations into his political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.
The 300-page report is divided into two sections: The first is on Trump’s alleged misconduct, and the second focuses on his alleged obstruction of the impeachment inquiry.
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