I asked on out Politics site, Why is Trump not being impeached for bribery?, and one answer (with 5 upvotes currently) said
The answer to this one is simple - the only logical reason to drop this article of impeachment is because there is no evidence that bribery, as it is legally defined, took place. Adam Schiff's definition of bribery is wholly irrelevant ...
It certainly seems to me - a layperson - that there appeared to be, at least, attempted bribery (or, possibly, corecion).
How do the legal experts here see it - not opinion based, obviously - given publicly available information, is there a case for bribery?
I can see that the Democrats might consider that there is a case, but not want to muddy the waters with too many articles of impeachment, or that poster on Politics may be correct.
Does anyone see a legal case for (attempted) bribery in the publicly available information?