Trump says will probably release second Ukraine transcript on Tuesday

Trump says second Ukraine transcript to be released

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President Donald Trump said he will release the transcript of another phone call with the President of Ukraine "probably" on Tuesday - this communication having taken place in April before the July conversation at the heart of the impeachment inquiry.

"They want to have a transcript of the other call, the second call, and I'm willing to provide that", Trump said on Saturday.

Trump said Saturday that he would likely release a transcript of a second call with Zelenskiy on Tuesday. Articles appear on for a limited time. "I did not think it was proper to demand that a foreign government investigate a USA citizen", Vindman testified, later adding that the tone of the call was "dour".

While Vice President Joe Biden was handling worldwide relations with Ukraine on behalf of the Obama administration, his son, Hunter, was being paid $50,000 a month to sit on the board of a Ukrainian gas company, despite having no natural energy experience.

Their reports made clear that senior officials in the White House were aware of the impropriety and possible illegality of the Ukraine machinations well before Trump and Zelensky spoke on July 25.

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Asked if any testimony would lead him to cast a vote in favor of removing Mr. Trump from office - a constitutional task for the Republican-controlled Senate - Kennedy said he would need to see and hear concrete evidence that demonstrates the president espoused a "culpable state of mind" and directly sought an investigation into a political opponent.

In the letter, Nunes said the Democrats were pursuing a "sham impeachment process" that has mistreated Trump. Now they move on to "phase two" - public hearings to inform about the nature of the investigation the American public.

House investigators viewed Kupperman, who served as a deputy to former national security adviser John Bolton, as an important witness as well. So you'll read the second call and you'll tell me if you think there's anything wrong with it. I have to do what the lawyers say to a certain extent, not always, but to a certain extent, ' the president continued.

The White House transcript included cautionary language saying it was not a verbatim account of the discussion between the two leaders, as some Intelligence Community officials said releasing a full transcript could "undermine" national security. In 2018, Biden boasted that he had pressured then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to remove a prosecutor who was investigating a Ukrainian gas company, Burisma, where the former vice president's son held a lucrative board position. Sondland said he had "assumed" the aid and investigations were connected and that Trump repeated to him that he did not want a "quid pro quo".

Democrats want to know if Trump withheld almost $400 million in military aid to Ukraine to get President Volodomyr Zelenskiy to publicly commit himself to investigating Joe Biden, a potential Trump rival in the 2020 presidential election, for corruption.

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