Committee’s report on impeachment could land next week

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House intelligence committee’s report on its impeachment investigation may come out as soon as next week.

Committee Chairman Adam Schiff tells colleagues in a letter that the evidence of wrongdoing and misconduct by President Donald Trump is “clear and hardly in dispute.” Schiff adds that what’s left is to decide whether Trump’s behavior is compatible with his office and whether impeachment is warranted.

Republicans insist Trump did nothing wrong, which is Trump’s position as well.

After private and public testimony in its impeachment inquiry, the intelligence committee is compiling a report on whether Trump engaged in what the Constitution sets out as “treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors” by withholding $400 million in aid as he pushed Ukraine to investigate Democratic rival Joe Biden.

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