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A U.S. House Intelligence Committee report laying out the Democratic case for President Donald Trump’s impeachment will be publicly released on Tuesday, the panel’s chairman said in a television interview.

“We’re putting the finishing touches on the report, which will be released tomorrow,” Democrat Adam Schiff said on MSNBC on Monday night.

The Democratic-controlled panel is expected to vote on the report’s approval on Tuesday night.

A copy of the report was made available privately to House Intelligence members on Monday night for a 24-hour review period.

Republican Representative Jim Jordan, an ardent defender of Trump, told reporters he had read portions of the report in a secure room at the Capitol but was instructed not to discuss the contents until Tuesday night.

House Republicans issued their own rebuttal report on Monday, saying Democrats had not established an impeachable offense by Trump. Read more

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A U.S. House Intelligence Committee report laying out the Democratic case for President Donald Trump’s impeachment will be publicly released on Tuesday, the panel’s chairman said in a television interview.

A U.S. House Intelligence Committee report laying out the Democratic case for President Donald Trump’s impeachment will be publicly released on Tuesday, the panel’s chairman said in a television interview.

A U.S. House Intelligence Committee report laying out the Democratic case for President Donald Trump’s impeachment will be publicly released on Tuesday, the panel’s chairman said in a television interview.

A U.S. House Intelligence Committee report laying out the Democratic case for President Donald Trump’s impeachment will be publicly released on Tuesday, the panel’s chairman said in a television interview.

A U.S. House Intelligence Committee report laying out the Democratic case for President Donald Trump’s impeachment will be publicly released on Tuesday, the panel’s chairman said in a television interview.