There are, of course, complex details among the findings, but at the heart of the report are some core allegations: Trump abused his office to extort Ukraine in the hopes of benefiting from foreign election interference, and the American president "ordered and implemented a campaign to hide his conduct from the public and frustrate and obstruct the House of Representatives' impeachment inquiry".
"You can have a report that goes through twenty articles that were investigated, but only one or two are brought to a vote", said a second aide to a House Judiciary Committee Democrat, who described the proposal as having a "one-page summary" of articles of impeachment serving as the cover to a more comprehensive report.
"President Trump has gone.to the courts", Turley said.
"They get three constitutional lawyers. and we get one", the president said, referring to an upcoming hearing.
"If you impeach a president, if you make a high crime and misdemeanor out of going to the courts, it is an abuse of power". It's your abuse of power.
"I don't think it's possible to emphasize this strongly enough".More news: FA Cup: Liverpool-Everton, Man U-Wolves in third round draw
Meanwhile, Rep. Matt Gaetz said Democrats will be held accountable for continuing to prioritize removing the president from office rather than helping the American people with meaningful legislation.
Democrats expect that the committee will wrap its work within two weeks and produce articles of impeachment.
Trump's "refusal to comply with those subpoenas is an independent event". It's apart from the courts.
"If the House proceeds exclusively on the Ukrainian allegations, this impeachment would stand out among modern impeachments as the shortest proceeding, with the thinnest evidentiary record and the narrowest grounds ever used to impeach a president", Turley wrote. Second, he has asked the president of a foreign country - actually asked the presidents of a few different countries - to intervene in the next election on his behalf.
She has also worked to promote unity among House Democrats around a process for exploring whether to impeach Trump, refusing to give any indication she and her colleagues have entered these proceedings with a predetermined endgame, as Republicans contend.
Nadler announced that four law professors - Noah Feldman, Pamela Karlan, Michael Gerhardt and Jonathan Turley - will be testifying at Wednesday's hearings. "Our first task is to explore the framework put in place to respond to serious allegations of impeachable misconduct like those against President Trump", Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler said last week.More news: 'No quid pro quo': Trump's defenses in the impeachment investigation
Before Stanford Law Professor Pamela Karlan began her diatribe against President Trump at Wednesday's impeachment inquiry hearing, she lashed out at Republican ranking member Doug Collins.
It long has been obvious that President Trump abused the power of his office to induce Ukraine - a country desperately in need of USA aid - to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and to lend credence to a conspiracy theory that could be used to challenge the consensus that Russian Federation meddled in the 2016 election to help Trump's candidacy.
The impeachment inquiry centers on a July 25 phone call Trump had with the president of Ukraine.
"If you look at impeachment, the word impeachment, here there was nothing wrong, nothing done wrong", he said.More news: Motorola One Hyper launched: Check price, full specs, features, availability