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Whistleblower memo wrote after learning of the Ukraine call it, say WH official called it ‘crazy,’ ‘frightening’

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EXCLUSIVE – Immediately after second-hand information from a White house official on President Trump is a July 25 telephone conversation with President of Ukraine, the first whistleblower wrote a dramatic personal memo, said the White house official characterized the call as “crazy” and “scary,” Fox News has learned.

In the two-page, single-spaced memo on July 26, the day after the trump-Zelensky call, wrote to whistleblower: “The following is a recording of a conversation I had this afternoon with a small, White house official about the phone call yesterday morning between President Trump and Ukrainian presidents Vladimir Zelensky.”

The whistleblower wrote that the conversation with the unnamed White house lasted officially “only a couple of minutes, and as a result, I received only highlights.”

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In contrast to a publicly released Protocol of the July 25 call, the two-page memo of dramatic language are used. According to the memo, the White house official described “(25. July) call as ‘crazy,’ ‘appalling’ and ‘completely related to national security is lacking in substance.'”

The first whistleblower complaint, helped to start the spark of house Democrats, a formal charge request to the President, with many claiming that he investigate improper pressure from the Ukraine potential Biden 2020 election rival Joe, whose son sat on the Hunter once on the Board of the key Ukrainian energy companies. Trump has repeatedly denied that he wanted nothing to go wrong.

The whistleblower’s memo appeared to refute the criticism that the White house released the transcript was write notes or a summary that the “common practice” was for the “White house situation room to produce a word-for-word transcript, the memorial for the call.” The whistleblower also stated the transcript was produced and is “handled very sensitively.”

Significantly, the whistleblower pointed out, “The President has increased security assistance” during the call. Allegations of a quid pro quo stood in the centre of the complaint filed later by the whistleblower in mid-August, the associated “points” through media reports, and other unnamed officials.

“The President said Zelensky, he’d sent his personal lawyer, former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, in the Ukraine again soon, and requested to meet Zelensky with him. Zelensky reluctantly agreed that if Giuliani traveled in the Ukraine, he would see him,” wrote the whistleblower.

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In the transcript, Zelensky said, “we very much hope that Mr Giuliani will be able to travel to Ukraine and we will meet once he arrives in the Ukraine.”

Fox News reached the whistleblower attorneys who do not respond immediately.

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On Friday, the lawyers did not respond to Fox News’ questions about their customers gain error open to his or her contacts with the house Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, the staff, as well as the whistleblower’s prior work history with a current, prominent Democratic politicians.

On Monday, the whistleblower’s legal team confirmed a second whistleblowers from the intelligence community had come forward with first-hand knowledge of certain allegations in the first whistleblower complaint, which had been told, based mainly on second-hand sources.

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