In a 300-page report released yesterday, the Democrat-led House Intelligence Committee accused President Donald Trump of abusing his office to "solicit foreign interference" in the 2020 election by pressuring Ukraine for political favors. The report, which effectively sums up two months of witness testimony, also claims Trump obstructed Congress by ordering administration employees not to cooperate. The White House called it the culmination of a "one-sided sham process."
What's next? It's up to the House Judiciary Committee, which begins its own hearings today with testimony from legal scholars, to decide whether to charge Trump with high crimes and misdemeanors.