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House GOP Rebuts Democrats' Impeachment Efforts: No 'Bribery, Extortion' Proven

NPR Monday, 2 December 2019
The 123-page release mirrors rebuttals that top GOP lawmakers have been making for weeks amid the House Democrats' probe into whether Trump withheld congressionally-appropriated funds for Ukraine.
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Democrats leading an impeachment probe into U.S. President Donald Trump continue their efforts apace this week, with a draft report expected Monday, a committee vote Tuesday, and a possible public hearing the day after. Zachary Goelman reports.

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