How to Download the House Impeachment Inquiry Report

The House Intelligence Committee has released its report outlining evidence gathered so far in the impeachment process against President Donald Trump as the inquiry rolls on following the Thanksgiving recess.

A copy of the 300-page report provided to lawmakers on the committee for a last-minute review Monday has now been published by House Democrats on the Intelligence Committee's website.

Representatives on the Democratic-controlled committee are expected to vote on the report Tuesday evening, and will send it to the House Judiciary Committee for the next stage of the impeachment inquiry if the report gets majority approval today.

House Republicans have already released their own impeachment inquiry report rebuking the process led by Democrats, claiming that the evidence set out in their report "does not prove any of these Democrat allegations."

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"Speaker Pelosi, Chairman Schiff, and House Democrats seek to impeach President Trump—not because they have proof of a high crime or misdemeanor, but because they disagreed with the President's actions and his policies," the minority counter-report concluded in its executive summary.

In a move portraying its confidence that the House Intelligence Committee will approve its report outlining evidence gathered in its impeachment investigation today, the House Judiciary Committee has already scheduled a hearing for 10 a.m. Wednesday morning.

House Intelligence Committee Continues Open Impeachment Hearings
Fiona Hill, former National Security Council Russia expert, center right, and David Holmes, counselor for political affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine, center left, testify during a House Intelligence Committee impeachment inquiry hearing on Capitol Hill November 21, 2019 in Washington, D.C. Andrew Harrer-Pool/Getty

The panel announced Monday that four expert legal witnesses will appear before lawmakers on the committee to discuss the constitutional grounds for impeachment.

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An invitation to participate in the House Judiciary Committee's Wednesday impeachment hearing was rejected by President Trump and White House legal counsel Pat Cipollone in a letter sent to panel chairman Rep. Jerrold Nadler on Sunday.

Cipollone wrote: "We cannot fairly be expected to participate in a hearing while the witnesses are yet to be named and while it remains unclear whether the Judiciary Committee will afford the President a fair process through additional hearings.

"More importantly, an invitation to an academic discussion with law professors does not begin to provide the President with any semblance of a fair process. Accordingly, under the current
circumstances, we do not intend to participate in your Wednesday hearing."

Nadler has given the White House another deadline of Friday 5 p.m. to provide details of plans to have anyone represent the president at future hearings and if so, who it plans to put up as representatives.

The ongoing impeachment inquiry is centered on allegations that President Trump withheld military aid to Ukraine in an attempt to pressure the country into publicly announcing investigations into his political rivals.

President Trump has repeatedly denied the allegation of a quid pro quo arrangement with Ukrainian authorities.

How to download the House impeachment report

A copy of the House Intelligence Committee report on the investigation into President Trump that will be handed to the House Judiciary Committee is available for the public to download here.

You can also download a PDF copy of the House Republicans' 123-page alternative impeachment inquiry report on the GOP Oversight Committee website.

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