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Trade intel chief Joseph Maguire denies report that he threatened with resignation

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President Trump meets with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky following the White house release of unredacted copy of the Ukraine to call.

The Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Joseph Maguire denied a report in The Washington Post on Wednesday that he had threatened, to terminate, in the midst of the hue and cry over President Trump the July phone call with the Ukrainian President.

To have “any time I considered retiring my position since taking over this role. Aug. 16, 2019,” Maguire said in a statement. “I’ve never quit anything in my life, and I’m not going to start now. I am determined to the leading of the Intelligence Community, to the diverse and complex threats facing our nation.”

The Post report, which cited “current and former U.S. officials familiar with the matter,” said Maguire had threatened, in his resignation over concerns that the White house could try him to stonewall Congress. He is set to open to testify Thursday about a whistleblower complaint that spurred house Democrats to a law enforcement investigation of trump.

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The White house has also denied that Maguire threatened with resignation, with Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham complained on Twitter that the Post had only given them six minutes to respond to your request for a comment.

“That’s actually not true,” Grisham said of the newspaper’s history. “And we have gone on the record to say that if the @washingtonpost has made us more than 6 minutes (literally).”

The account of Maguire’s resignation threat is another subplot in the fury of indexation Washington envelope in the Wake of the revelations about the unnamed whistleblower complaint.

UKRAINE CALL TRANSCRIPT SHOWS TRUMP WANTED BIDEN PROBE, ASKED, DNC SERVER, BUT NO MENTION OF US AID

Earlier Wednesday, the White house, a copy of Trump published the July phone call with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, the show, Trump focuses on a review of transactions in the Eastern European country, with former Vice-President Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

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“There is talk of Biden’s is much son that Biden finished want to the law enforcement and a lot of people to find out about so, what can you do with the attorney-General would be great,” Trump said in the phone call. “Biden went on to boast that he ended the persecution of so if you are looking into it…It sounds terrible for me.”

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Joe Biden has explained that while the Vice-President, he called on Ukraine, the fire of his top Prosecutor, Viktor Shokin. Shokin, the gas company Burisma Holdings had been dealt — where Hunter Biden was on the Board. Biden has claimed that the corruption is asked concerns his intervention.

The transcript, though they do not show that Trump the explicit link request to $400 million in U.S. assistance to Ukraine, which at the time was on the ice.

Fox News’ Catherine Herridge contributed to this report.

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