1. Only “circumstantial evidence” of what Trump said or did? Bolton provides direct evidence.

“I took Trump’s temperature on the Ukraine security assistance, and he said he wasn’t in favor of sending them anything until all the Russia-investigation materials related to Clinton and Biden had been turned over.”

John Bolton, The Room Where It Happened

2. Trump’s actions were to pursue anti-corruption, not to help his campaign? Bolton confirms it was the latter, unequivocally.

“When, in 1992, Bush 41 supporters suggested he ask foreign governments to help out in his failing campaign against Bill Clinton, Bush and Jim Baker completely rejected the idea. Trump did the precise opposite.”

John Bolton, The Room Where It Happened

3. No evidence of a quid pro quo for military assistance? That’s what Bolton’s direct evidence establishes (see #1).