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GOP Impeachment Report Does Not ‘Concede a Single Point of Wrongdoing’ from Trump: NY Times

Mediaite Monday, 2 December 2019
With the House Intel Committee Democrats writing up its report on the impeachment inquiry after the past few weeks of hearings, Republicans have been working on a counter-report of their own, the details of which are now being reported in some news outlets.
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