Rep. Jim Baird, a Republican from Indiana, defended President Trump, claiming he "did not commit any crimes."
"The facts here are clear that the President did not commit any crimes. He did not break any laws and there was no quid pro quo. This has been a secretive misdirected process from the very beginning. And the American people see right through it," Baird said.
More on Trump and quid pro quo: The impeachment inquiry has uncovered at least three examples of the quid pro quo between the Trump administration and Ukraine, where US military aid and a White House visit were used as leverage to secure an announcement that Ukraine was investigating Trump's rivals, according to documents and testimony from key witnesses.
The question of whether there was a quid pro quo is at the heart of the impeachment inquiry.
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