Instead, the report refutes Trump's criticism of the impeachment proceedings, arguing that the Constitution created impeachment as a "safety valve" so Americans would not have to wait for the next election to remove a president.
"And that all this presents a pattern that poses and real and present danger to the integrity of the next election".
The House is investigating whether the president improperly pressured Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky into announcing investigations, including into former Vice President Joseph R. Biden and the 2016 USA presidential election.
Democrats on the Judiciary Committee contend that the Framers of the Constitution in writing the terms of impeachment meant to capture circumstances unforeseen, so was left intentionally vague.
Cornyn also said Trump didn't necessarily do anything wrong with the call to Ukraine because he was anxious the foreign aid would be stolen.
The impeachment process began in September after an anonymous whistleblower complained to Congress about a July phone call by Mr Trump to the president of Ukraine, in which the president appeared to tie USA military assistance to Ukraine launching investigations which would help him politically.
Democrats are so desperate for impeachment, they're willing to set the standards to the lowest bar possible: what someone is thinking.
Nadler mostly dismissed Republican complaints regarding the fairness of the process saying the GOP and the President have been offered the opportunity to present witnesses and have seen the public reports.
Trump attacked the Democrats on Sunday for "changing the impeachment guidelines because the facts are not on their side".
On Friday, the White House told Nadler it would not take part in the panel's hearings and condemned the inquiry as "completely baseless".
Cipollone issued the letter minutes before a deadline to declare whether the White House would deploy representatives to defend Trump against accusations he abused his office by pressuring Ukraine to find dirt on former vice president Biden, his potential challenger in the 2020 election.
Republicans in turn accuse them of carrying out a politicised inquiry and say witnesses who testified are biased against Mr Trump. They say the President can be impeached based on "illegitimate motives".
"We have a very rock solid case".
The probe has focused on a July 25 telephone call in which Trump asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to open an investigation into Biden and his son Hunter, and into a discredited theory promoted by Trump and his allies that Ukraine, not Russian Federation, meddled in the 2016 election.
Trump has claimed that he never sought to link aid and investigations into the Bidens, noting that the money was released to Ukraine without the promise of a probe.
"I don't think we know the timing of it", he said.
"It is weird that he's over there", said Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., describing it as "odd having him over there at this time".
Nadler spoke on NBC's "Meet the Press" and CNN's "State of the Union", McCarthy was on Fox News Channel's "Sunday Morning Futures", Gaetz spoke on ABC's "This Week", and Schiff appeared on CBS' "Face the Nation".