nearvideo President Trump: ‘shame’ accusation continuation of the Russian hoax
President Trump says he is “not worried about anything” in terms of the Protocol and the prosecution of the violation of a continuation of the Russian witch hunt is
President trump, even before the first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry, to be held on Friday, that the power of all-devouring political storm him “stronger” by claiming the base, the parade of witnesses, until today, has not hurt him, while his attacks on the whistleblower, the trigger for the probe.
“The whistleblower is a shame for our country,” Trump told reporters in front of the White house before leaving for a political event in Georgia. He went on to explain that the whistleblower-attorney, who sued should Mark Zaid is, “and perhaps for treason.”
WHISTLEBLOWER LAWYER PREDICTED ‘COUP’ IN 2017
The comments reflect a White House skeptic on escalating the prosecution’s request, the planned in a public stage next week, with two hearings in the house.
His fiery criticism of the anonymous Informant, whose identity Trump said, should be revealed, despite the whistleblower’s legal team send a cease-and-desist letter to the White house, Trump’s demand to stop the attacks-and the warning about the possibility of the whistleblower to be “physically could be harmed,” according to The hill.
But Trump claimed on Friday that the entire investigation is backfiring for the Democrats.
To try to do “what you are, will weaken me, but it’s actually made me stronger,” Trump said.
“The people are angry about it … and he is a Republican, and people who vote for me, not just the Republicans, really mad … because it is a hoax,” he said.
The rhetoric shows trump the provision of the same text book that he used, while the former special counsel Robert S. Mueller’s investigation of alleged collusion with Russia in the election in 2016.
The impeachment investigation was opened in September, after a whistleblower complaint about the now-infamous 25. July telephone conversation between the President and the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky. The whistleblower claims that trump, during the conversation, Zelensky pushed to investigate former Vice-President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden as a military aid to the country is being held back.
Since then, the published transcript of this call showed trump pushing Zelensky start such investigations. But the White house claims that it is bound to be no “quid pro quo” to provide military assistance, although some of the witnesses, was argued in the impeachment process, understood to play such a quid pro quo was.
Officials of the State Department, George Kent told investigators that his understanding was wanted to hear trump on the investigations of Zelensky, in order to unlock U.S. military aid.
Trump on Friday received the certificate, the date has not hurt him.
To have “no one no first hand knowledge of seems to be,” he said. “Each of these people from cancelled itself.”
He further said that he is considering the release of the transcript of a separate April, he had with Zelensky. He said to call if the house want to see-investigators, a summary of the April 21, he is happy to give it to you.”
Trump’s comments about the whistleblower’s lawyer, meanwhile, probably were directed to attorney Mark Zaid.
The President rays Zaid was according to a Fox News article, a stream marked in 2017, tweets, in which Zaid predicts a “coup” against Trump and promised” to get rid of him.”
Zaid sent Fox News an official statement on Thursday in which he said the social media posts were written with the conviction that Trump probably would “step over the line” at some point during his presidency.
“These tweets were said reflective and repeated the feelings of millions of people,” Zaid. “I was on a completely legitimate process, what President Trump would be likely to face as a result of step over the line, and particularly, what would happen, would come about as a result of lawyers. The coup comment referred to the work within the administration already, only a week to the office, to him for the enforcement of recognized rules of law.“
The Associated Press contributed to this report.