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Whistleblower lawyer sends cease and desist letter to the White house: report

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Trump points, tweets, the whistleblower’s attorney, Mark Zaid published 10 days after the President took office; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports.

A lawyer for the anonymous whistleblower, filed a complaint to the General inspector about President Trump the July-phone call with Ukraine’s President sent a cease and desist lawyer from the White house Thursday, demanding trump-stop attacks on its customers, according to reports.

The letter, written by attorney Andrew Bakaj, asks White House counsel Pat Cipolloneto Trump, The hill reported, the “legal and ethical risk, in which he is, he should be, harmed someone physically,” because the Trump, or his Deputy, actions, advise.

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Bakaj wrote that the President “in the rhetoric and activity, places, my customers, the Intelligence Community Whistleblower and their family in physical danger.”

“Should someone be harmed physically, my co-counsel, Mark Zaid, and I’m not going to take you to hesitate, and to take appropriate measures against their customers,” he added, according to The hill.

Trump has repeatedly attacked, to discredit the whistleblower in an effort to him or her, together with some Republicans said that he or she should be identified.

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The whistleblower complaint alleges Trump abused his office to investigate by asking the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, a former Vice-President Joe Biden and his son Hunter led the house of representatives, to start a prosecution request at the end of September.

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