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A second whistleblower claimed to have information come on President Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky to the front, and has already spoken to the intelligence services of the inspector-General.
Attorney Mark Zaid, who was a representative for the two “Whistleblower”, the first said to ABC News that the second Person is – as the first whistleblower’s intelligence, the officials, and has first-Hand knowledge about some of the allegations in the first whistleblower complaint that was not based on any first-Hand knowledge. Andrew Bakaj, managing partner of the company that is handling the case, checks for the existence of the new whistle-blower Sunday morning.
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“I can confirm that my company and my team represent multiple informants in connection with the underlying 12. August 2019, the disclosure to the Intelligence Community Inspector General,” Bakaj said, Retweets the message from ABC’s George Stephanopoulos.
Bakaj said he would have no further comment. Zaid replied immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment in this matter.
The first whistleblower was exposed to the criticism of a President Trump and his followers on the basis of the lack of direct knowledge of the President’s conversation with Zelensky, as well as what Trump an inaccurate description for the call called. The complaint alleges that Trump Biden under pressure, the Ukrainian leader in the study of the former US Vice-President Joe, his son, Biden Hunter’s involvement with the Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings, as well as Joe, is the participation of the termination of the state’s attorney, of the company was examined. Both Trump and Zelensky, instead of claiming that there is no such pressure.
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“The first so-called” second-hand information ‘Whistleblower’ got my telephone interview almost completely wrong,” Trump tweeted Saturday night.
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After the New York Times reported the existence of a second whistleblower, Trump leveled similar criticism at them, to say, “so now the word is that you have to go to the Bank and other ‘Whistleblower’ is, come out of the “Deep state”, even with second-hand info.”
Zaid told ABC that he knows, if the Person mentions the times he takes the same new whistleblower, the. He wanted to tell the outlet that the two people he represents, are protected by the law for the prevention of retaliation for providing information.
The first complaint was filed, August 12, led to an increase in support from Democrats for a law enforcement investigation, the President, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi expressed support for the efforts, after a long resistance, a push for the impeachment of the other within their party.