The House Judiciary Committee late Sunday filed its report on impeachable offenses by President Donald Trump, claiming further violations of Constitutional and criminal law than explicitly contained in the articles of impeachment drafted against the president.

The committee members alleged in the 169-page report that Trump committed bribery, as defined in the Constitution, as well as criminal bribery and wire fraud. The report follows Friday’s party-line vote to advance articles of impeachment for abuse of power and obstructing Congress.

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