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According to an audio recording, the blow to the Los Angeles Times, President of the Trump in the whistleblower and handed over to the officials, the reports, the information from the White house; chief White House correspondent John Roberts.
President Trump Thursday morning called a whistleblower, and the White house officials stated that information on a phone call with Ukraine’s President “almost a spy” and suggested that their actions were in reveals.
“Who is the person that gave the whistleblower information? Because that is in the vicinity, to spy,” Trump said in the audio, the Los Angeles Times from a private event with diplomatic officials in New York. “You know, what do we do in the old days, if we were smart, right? The spies and betrayal? We used to treat it a little differently than we do now.”
The comments led several democratic Committee members, to accuse trump of “intimidation of witnesses provides.”
WHISTLEBLOWER COMPLAINT ABOUT THE UKRAINE CALL TO BE PUBLISHED, CLAIMING TRUMP REQUESTED FOREIGN “INTERFERENCE” IN THE ELECTION
“This kind of incitement to violence is only to chill with other witnesses when they come forward,” Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said, according to The time. “And this is his intention, the intimidation of witnesses.”
The whistleblower, who said to a complaint, declassified Thursday, they were not a “direct witness” to most of the events in the complaint, but wrote that they had received information from more than a half-dozen White Hosue, and other U.S. government officials, the supposed trump card “is to ask with the power of his office to interference from a foreign country in the year 2020 US election.”
The complaint was turned over to the Inspector General, who found it credible and urgent concern but it was not originally shared with the Congress.
The allegations center on a July phone conversation between Trump and Ukrainian presidents Vladimir Zelensky, urged investigate in the Trump him, former Vice-President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Tuesday that the Congress is the initiation of an impeachment inquiry, the whistleblower complaint.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.