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President Trump and the Ukrainian President will meet in person for the first time; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports from New York.
Lawyers for the whistleblower, allegedly, possible misconduct on the part of President Trump, in his July call with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, worked with a non-to establish Profit group, to seek a GoFundMe page to a first of $100,000, – has learned for the whistleblower in the legal defense of Fox News.
John Tye, a one-time whistleblower, founded the non-Profit Whistleblower-help, told Fox News that he with the help of whistleblower attorneys in the Compass Rose Legal group as a matter of principle. Your fundraising page can be found, went to helpthewhistleblower.org live on Wednesday evening.
“We hope the Americans stand up and stand with this whistleblower and the government and the President is not above the law,” said Tye. “We are very proud to have the support of this whistleblower. It is a very stressful thing, not a whistleblower.”
In the new comments on Fox News, the whistleblower lawyers said they were focused on the communication of all relevant information to the Congress.
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“Our goal is to ensure that the full disclosure of information by the relevant Supervisory authorities, one of the” whistleblower attorneys, Mark Zaid, told Fox News. “In accordance with the law and to protect the rights of the whistleblower to remain anonymous.”
Another member of the whistleblower legal team, Charles McCullough III, a former intelligence community in general-the inspector himself, who was drafted in the Hillary Clinton E-Mail-investigation – said the early communication with the legislature are promising.
“The focus is on the process,” he said. “There is a law, and we are satisfied that the process seems to be – the focus is on the process.”
“I have acted as advised since the beginning of before the announcement was made, to ensure the law was followed by the client that disclosure be made as standard,” Andrew Bakaj, a lawyer for whistleblowers, told Fox News. “We have complied with the law through this whole process.”
The whistleblower – a member of the intelligence community, wanted to witness before the Congress and waited for possible guidance from the Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Joseph Maguire, said the lawyers. Maguire is set to witness himself on the Thursday.
“It is a very stressful thing, not a whistleblower.”
John Tye, Chairman of the Board of the Whistleblower assistance
A cross-party group of selected intelligence committee lawmakers in the house and Senate demanding details of the whistleblower lawsuit, access to the document in a classified setting on Wednesday evening in front of Maguire’s testimony.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., announced the start of an impeachment request on Tuesday, citing the whistleblower complaint as a possible proof of Trump’s “betrayal of his oath of office.”
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Trump quickly shoved forcefully. At a press conference in New York on Wednesday, the President of the appeal of what he turn around as the “so-called whistleblower,” and looked at the skewer pointed — accused Biden of possible corruption and the Democrats blatant hypocrisy.
The White house also released a transcript of the Trump in July-call with Zelensky, show Trump was looking for a review of the Biden family of shops in the country. The transcript does not suggest that Trump used military assistance to Ukraine to receive a “promise” to a Biden investigation, a widely-cited report in The Washington Post had claimed.
Zelensky, to speak, in front of the Trump in New York on Wednesday, reporters said, he had pushed the feeling, “” at all in his talks with the President.
And the Ministry of justice – in a new letter from the Office of Legal Counsel, Congress passed the Fox News – back Wednesday pushed on to the claim that the whistleblower brought something “urgent concern” that should.
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The letter said the intelligence community inspector general, some of the sustained found “points to a disputed political bias on the part of the Complainant in favor of a competing political candidate,” but still said the allegations “seemed credible.” Fox News previously reported that, according to a source, the individual is also not “first Hand knowledge” of trump, the call with Zelensky.
Sources, meanwhile, said that the original allegations, spoke of a possible campaign Finance violation, but the DOJ concluded that trump does not qualify the request for an investigation as a “thing of value” for his campaign – and not as a criminal violation.
Fox News’ Alex Pappas and The Associated Press contributed to this report.