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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi delivers remarks to the Democratic meeting to go ahead with impeachment proceedings.

EXCLUSIVE: A Trump, a senior administration official told Fox News late Tuesday that the administration will release, a document that the intelligence services inspector general found, the whistleblower, leveled an explosive charge against President Trump about his talks with the Ukraine had a “political bias” in favour of “opposing candidate” of the President.

The official did not identify the name of the opposing candidate. Separately, a senior administration official to Fox News the White house has worked said, as soon as you release to Congress, the whistleblower complaint, the President of Trump’s talks with the leaders of Ukraine, as long as it is legally possible

The news came just hours after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a formal charge request is initiated, by claiming that the government, the complaint is hiding.

The senior administration official told Fox News that the White house had nothing to hide, that it is not misconduct, and that the White house was that everything possible will be available to the Congress or the public in reference to Trump’s talks with the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and the complaint to the intelligence community inspector General.

A source familiar with the matter told Fox News this week that the whistleblower had no first Hand knowledge of, Trump in July-call with Zelensky. Trump vowed earlier Tuesday to release a “full” transcript of the call until Wednesday.

A senior administration official told Fox News, there are a “few words” in the transcript, which will draw the eyebrows, but it’s not nearly as rebellious, as Democrats have proposed.


The content of the conversation, as well as the whistleblower complaint, could cold water on the Democrats’ explosive proposals to refuse the President threatened to properly aid for Ukraine, unless it’s Joe investigated Biden and his son Hunter. Republicans had previously said over the weekend that such a removal from office said the investigation could backfire on Pelosi and administration officials Trump dealt only with the General corruption in the Ukraine.


Joe Biden has confirmed to camera that, as he is Vice-President was he successful in Ukraine is under pressure to fire top Prosecutor, Viktor Shokin, while Shokin, the investigation of the natural gas company Burisma Holdings-where Hunter Biden was on the Board. Shokin had separated, was accused of corruption.

The speaker of the house of representatives charged specifically that the administration was against the law not to turn over the whistleblower complaint. Citing a witness, that the Director of national intelligence, was the blocking of the release of this complaint, she said: “This is a violation of the law. The law is clear.”

Fox News was also told that the White house has taken steps to allay concerns over the precedential nature of the release of a transcript of the conversation with Zelensky. With the release of the transcript, the White house to uphold in the protection of the confidential character of the discussions between the President and leaders of the world.

And The New York Times reported that the White house had removed its opposition against the whistleblower speaks to Congress. Then the GOP came-controlled Senate passed a unanimous resolution, the access to the whistleblower complaint.

The DNI Inspector General Michael Atkinson said in a Sep. 9 letter to the House Intelligence Committee that the whistleblower complaint, “seemed credible” and, in relation to an “urgent” matter. But the DNI’s general counsel, said days later, after consultation with the Ministry of justice, to meet the case, the legal definition of an “urgent concern”, and was not subject to the mandatory disclosure to Congress.

U.S. representative Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, and US representative Adam Schiff (D-CA), Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, leads the meeting with the ship responsible. (Photo: SAUL LOEB / AFP) (Photo credit SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)should read

“In addition, because the complaint is transmitted to confidential and potentially privileged communications of persons outside the Intelligence Community, the DNI unilateral power to, such materials to the intelligence committees,” Jason Klitenic, the DNI’s general counsel, wrote.

The Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Joseph Maguire, testify before the House Intelligence Committee in an open hearing on Thursday.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., earlier Tuesday afternoon, said the testimony of the whistleblower could also be imminent.

“We were informed, and requested to speak to the whistleblower attorney, you would like to client, with our Committee and guidelines of the Act, the DNI [Director of National Intelligence], how to do,” ship said in a tweet. “We are in contact with the lawyer and look forward to the whistleblower, the witness as soon as this week.”


Despite the apparent progress in the release of the relevant information, Pelosi, D-Calif., the nation said that “the President must be held accountable” for his “betrayal of his oath of office, a betrayal of our national security, and the betrayal of the integrity of our elections.”

“This week, the President has admitted that he will meet the President of Ukraine, measures to benefit him politically,” Pelosi said. “So, I announcement of the chamber of deputies today I am moving forward with a formal impeachment inquiry. I am we to teach our six committees with their studies under this roof.

“The President must be held accountable,” she continued. “No one is above the law.”

The house committees, then the collection of evidence and the President would vote for Pelosi and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-NY, who is the ultimate determination would be whether an impeachment.

A democratic source told Fox News that the house Intelligence Committee, led by ship, would take the lead in the prosecution investigation, and that Nadler may not be satisfied with the arrangement.

“I don’t think he is happy, he has less of an impact, but everyone is on the same page and has the same role,” the source said of Nadler.

Ship “is a heavy role, as it is the basis for the Ukraine allegations thoroughly his Committee,” said the source.


The speaker approved effective the process, of interact to a certain degree, already in progress, after which fresh pressure within the group. The step could help the Democrats controversial arguments in court, the prosecution process were, in fact, is in progress, which could entitle the Congress to provide additional documents.


At the same time, at an event on Tuesday, Pelosi suggested the indictment would remain on the table, regardless of what showed the transcription. Many conservatives charged that they moved the goalposts and the lowering of expectations.

“We have a lot of other, shall we say, the candidates for impeachable offenses in terms of the Constitution, but this is the most understandable for the public,” Pelosi said in reference to the Ukraine-phone-call-claim. “It is really important to know this: There is no requirement that a quid-pro-quo in the conversation.”

Ukraine President Vladimir Zelenskiy, left, shakes hands with U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence, in Warsaw, Poland, on Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

Other prominent Democrats also apparently Trump said, should be prosecuted, no matter what.

“The President has committed several impeachable offenses,” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, told reporters after Pelosi’s remarks on the impeachment. In a further indication that the Democrats could be added to their bets were obviously hedging on the Ukraine matter, Ocasio-Cortez alleged covers said clause violations by the President in a future indictment.

Republicans said the move would prove to be a major political error.

“It is a colossal error,” Texas Republican Senator John Cornyn Fox News, shortly before Pelosi’s comments said. “And I’m kind of surprised that speaker Pelosi, wise as she is, would allow that it to this point.”

Swing-district Rep. Mikie Sherrill, D-N. J., acknowledged to Fox News that the support of the prosecution request “could” have an impact on your choice of system, but it claims that Trump’s understand the voters in your district””, and that Trump crossed a red line.

Trump, for his part, crack in Democrats in a series of tweets immediately after Pelosi, comments, writing, “PRESIDENTIAL HARASSMENT” was underway again.

In remarks to reporters at the United Nations on Monday, Trump the linking of the aid money to the Ukraine, the investigation is denied. “No, I don’t” have said it Trump. But, he also repeated the three-part’ actions in Ukraine a “disgrace”, they admitted that Biden had during the conversation, and added: “It is very important to talk to about corruption. … Why should you give money to a country that you think is corrupt?”

House Oversight Committee Ranking member Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, called the Democrats ” efforts in a predictable and destructive in his own fiery statement.


“Democrats have tried, the charges of the President since the beginning of this Congress,” said Jordan. “Michael Cohen’ s testimony was a bust. John Dean’s testimony was a waste of time. To report the Miller knew, did not live up to the hype.

“Speaker Pelosi is to follow the decision, which shows the charge now – on the basis of unfounded, indirect, and anonymous allegations – only that the speaker was relentless pressure from the socialist wing of the democratic party,” added finally succumbed to Jordan. “It was never about the Russian collusion or Ukrainian law enforcement. It is all about the release of the 2016 election and the will of the American people.”

To meet trump is set, with Zelensky in New York on Wednesday. The visit was previously scheduled, regardless of the whistleblower’s allegation, although, the two leaders are expected to be prior to questions about the role of reporters.

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