GOP lawmakers dig audio-ship, tell a prank caller that he would accept the Trump dirt from the Ukraine

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Florida GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz has dug up a nearly two-year-old prank call, in which House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff tells the story of two Russian radio hosts as the Ukrainian politicians to accept that he would be harmful to the anti-Trump information.

Gaetz on Sunday tweeted an edited clip of the eight-minute phone call. It comes out as a Republican investigation into allegations the President of Trump pushing back in the house democratic impeachment under pressure, the Ukrainian President Biden in the investigation of the family by 2020 to rival Joe.

In the clip, ship, D-Calif., the Russian shock-jocks, the accept as Andriy Parubiy, the former speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament, that he would be willing to tell dirt on trump from the Ukrainian.


“So you have records of [Russian journalist Ksenia] Sobchak and [the Russian model and singer Olga] Buzova, where they discuss the compromising material on Mr Trump?” Ship asked the caller, as Parubiy.

“Absolutely,” one of the jokers replied.

“So, we would have a chance offers to obtain copies of these records,” the ship said later in the call, after he and the fake – “Parubiy” are going to discuss more details of the false accusations.

The Russian radio hosts, Vladimir “Vovan” Kuznetzov and Alexey “Lexus” Stolyarov, the close relations to the Kremlin, said ship, that the Kremlin had Nude photos of Trump and that “Parubiy” was the audio of Sobchak and Buzova discussion of the photos. She also said the ship, the former Trump national security advisor Michael Flynn had met with other Russian to, how to prevent that the photos go public.

To accept Gaetz accused the ship of hypocrisy for the appearance information from the Ukrainian government, as a Committee, trump investigated for advocating that Ukraine should pursue the investigation likely to be politically beneficial for the President’s re-election campaign.

The ship and the house Intelligence Committee are at the heart of the indictment to fight, which is set by the Committee, to question intelligence community General inspector Mike Atkinson on Friday. The Committee will also offer the testimony of a whistleblower whose complaint set off the control to trump the call with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, shortly before he an influence on 400 million dollars of military aid to Ukraine. Democrats have said the combination of the denied help and the requests for an investigation into the Biden family was a proposed quid-pro-quo of trump.

It is unclear when the Committee will hear from the whistleblower.

While the ship no question of the correctness of the string seems to be callers’ assumed identity on the January 2018 call, his office said that they are not just the fun birds on your word.


“Before the call, and immediately after, the Committee informed the appropriate law enforcement and security personnel, the conversation and the belief that it was probably wrong,” a ship spokesman said The Atlantic.

Fox News’ Samuel Chamberlain contributed to this report.

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