According to The Gateway Pundit:
House Republicans on three committees leading the “impeachment inquiry” released 4 key pieces of evidence undermining Democrats’ arguments for impeachment ahead of this week’s public hearings.
Four key pieces of evidence are fatal to the Democrats‘ allegations. Stripping away the hyperbole and hysteria, these indisputable pieces of evidence show that there was no “Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors,” as required by the U.S. Constitution,”
The July 25 call summary — the best evidence of the conversation — shows no conditionality or evidence of pressure:
The best evidence of the telephone conversation between President Trump and President Zelensky is the contemporaneous summary prepared by White House Situation Room staff. As transcribed, the call summary denotes laughter, pleasantries, and compliments exchanged between President Trump and President Zelensky. The summary does not evince any threats, coercion, intimidation, or indication of a quid pro quo—as even Democrats have acknowledged.43 The summary bears absolutely no resemblance to Chairman Schiff’s self described “parody” interpretation of the call.
Both President Zelensky and President Trump have publicly and repeatedly said there was no pressure to investigate the President’s political rivals:
Since President Trump voluntarily released the content of the July 25 phone conversation, both President Zelensky and President Trump have said publicly and repeatedly there was no pressure to investigate President Trump’s political rivals. President Zelensky’s statements are particularly important, as Democrats allege that he was the target of the pressure campaign. President Zelensky has variously asserted that “nobody pushed … me,” “I was never pressured,” and there was no “blackmail.”
The Ukrainian government was not aware that U.S. security assistance was delayed at the time of the July 25 phone call:
Evidence also suggests that the Ukrainian government never even knew that U.S. security assistance was delayed until some point in August 2019, long after the July 25 phone call between President Trump and President Zelensky.
Although the assistance was delayed at the time of the July 25 call, President Trump never raised the assistance with President Zelensky or implied that the aid was in danger. As Ambassador Volker testified, because Ukrainian officials were unaware of the hold, there was no leverage implied. This evidence undercuts the allegation that the President withheld U.S. security assistance to pressure President Zelensky to investigate his political rivals.
The United States provided security assistance to Ukraine and President Trump met with President Zelensky without Ukraine ever investigating President Trump‘s political rivals:
Evidence also shows that U.S. security assistance to Ukraine was released and President Zelensky met with President Trump without Ukraine investigating President Trump‘s political rivals. These facts significantly undermine the Democrat allegation that President Trump used either as leverage to pressure Ukraine to investigate his political rivals.
On September 11, 2019, OMB released the U.S. security assistance to Ukraine.82 Ukraine subsequently received this assistance. The U.S. disbursed this assistance without Ukraine ever acting to investigate President Trump‘s political rivals.