Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: Congress is returning to Washington from Thanksgiving break, and some lawmakers are settling in tonight in a secure room on Capitol Hill. Members of the House Intelligence Committee are reviewing a report that outlines Democrats' findings from the impeachment inquiry. That report is expected to be out tomorrow. Meanwhile, Republicans have gotten ahead and released their own report today. NPR's Tim Mak is here to tell us what's in it. Hi, Tim. TIM MAK, BYLINE: Hey, there. KELLY: So what is in the report? What are Republicans saying are their findings from the proceedings thus far? MAK: Well, it's become a familiar set of defenses for the president. We've heard a lot of these rationales...
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