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Vermont Gov. Phil Scott on Thursday was the first Republican Governor to back house Democrats’, for a law enforcement investigation against President Trump.

Scott said at a press conference that he was not surprised by the allegations that Trump repeatedly asked Ukraine’s President to “look in” Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, because he “saw him over the years.” Trump had asked the Ukraine to look into Biden’s attempt to put pressure on the nation to stop in its top Prosecutor, who was investigating a natural gas company partially run by his son, Hunter.

Scott added, however, that he wanted to see more information before further action is taken. The Vermont Governor previously criticized Trump over his attacks on progressive House freshmen in the summer.

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott said he supported the trump charge request.
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“How many in the whole country, I find these statements offensive, racist, and certainly not what we expect from the leader of the greatest country in the world,” he said, according to the Valley News.

Other moderate Republican governors have yet to weigh in an impeachment inquiry. When pressed by reporters, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said on Wednesday he was the withholding of judgment. Comment on Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker and Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan yet.

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Scott’s support came as the House Intelligence Committee, expressed the Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Joseph Maguire, as the management of a whistleblower complaint about Trump is treated’ s remarks to the Ukraine.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., already an official investigation has begun, whether the house pursue impeachment proceedings should Democrats have the vote to do so.

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Trump and the Republicans have behaved denied any misconduct and noted that no evidence has surfaced that an explicit quid pro quo between him and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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