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Fox News Exclusively: White House Releases Document That Community Information Guardsman Finding Reporters Have "Political Bias" ", says an official
of Trump's top administration, a Fox News official late Tuesday, that the administration will issue a document indicating that the intelligence chief has identified the abuser, who has charged an explosive with Trump volume of excipient in relation to his talks with Ukraine, have "political bias" in favor of "rival candidate" president. The employee does not identify the name of the competing candidate.
A senior administration official told Fox News that the White House is working as quickly as possible to file a complaint in Congress involving President Trump's talks with the Ukrainian leader, as long as legally possible. The news came just hours after Cabinet Chairman Nancy Pelosi initiated a formal impeachment investigation claiming that the administration was hiding the complaint. Other top Democrats have previously said such an investigation has already begun.
A senior administration official told Fox News that the White House has nothing to hide, that there are no mistakes, and that the White House's common position is that it will do everything it can to Congress or the public regarding Trump's talks with the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and the complaint to the Inspector General of the intelligence community.
A source familiar with the matter told Fox News this week that those in the know did not know about Trump's July call to Zelensky. Trump swore earlier Tuesday that he would release a "full" transcript of the call by Wednesday. Click here for more information on our main story.
Giuliani, Republican: Official inquiry into Trump's Democrats will provoke huge
One of the biggest questions is whether the official Democrats' inquiry into President Trump's House of Democrats will fire. Democrats have suggested Trump, in a conversation with Zelensky, try to persuade the Ukrainian government to investigate a potential opponent of the 2020 presidential election. Joe Biden, his son Hunter, and the Biden family's business deals. The president, Democrats suggested, has $ 400 million in aid for Ukraine frozen to press officials to continue Biden's investigation. The Trump administration says the decision to freeze funding came more than a week before it spoke with Zelensky and that it was based on fears of widespread corruption in Ukraine.
The content of the appeal, as well as the complaint of whistleblowers, may shed cold water on Democrats' explosive proposals. A senior administration official told Fox News that the transcript has "a few words" that will raise eyebrows, but it's nowhere near as inflammatory as Democrats suggest. Joe Biden admitted to the camera that when he was vice president, he successfully pressured Ukraine to fire his attorney general, Victor Shokin, while Shokin was investigating the natural gas firm Burisma Holdings ̵
Plus, Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani – who has long publicly called on Ukraine to investigate Biden's dealings in Ukraine – has published a series of Twitter reports suggesting Democrats have a bigger problem with corruption involving " high-level members of the Obama cabinet, and a "multi-million dollar payment for a game." "Slim Joe is not alone," Giuliani tweeted. Click the video above to see Giuliani's statement on Inggram Angle.
Meanwhile, Trump will meet with Zelensky on the sidelines of the US General Assembly in New York on Wednesday. The visit was planned earlier, unrelated to the allegations of wrongdoing, although the two leaders are expected to address questions from reporters.
GOP lawmaker introduces resolution to remove Nadler as chairman of judiciary committee on impeachment probe
Republican congressman introduced resolution on Tuesday, calling for the overthrow of the Judiciary Committee chairman, DND .Y., By his committee to prosecute impeachment proceedings against President Trump. The proceedings were formally backed up late Tuesday by Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. Lans Gooden, Texas, said in a statement that Nadler had acted against the will of the House of Representatives, which had never expressly authorized its committee to initiate impeachment proceedings. The authority voted 332-95 in July to file an impeachment resolution by resp. Al Green, D-Texas.
Fox News Exclusive: Iranian President Ruhani downplays Trump's chance to meet with UN, says president gives up confidence
Iranian President Hassan Ruhani nearly closed the door on a potential meeting with President Trump this week and accused the commander-in-chief of damaging relations between the two countries in an exclusive interview with Chris News Chris Wallace on Tuesday. Rojani in New York for the United Nations General Assembly was asked if the two leaders had a chance to talk to each other this week.
"Why would we throw at each other?" the Iranian leader told Wallace. "If we seek to pursue higher goals to the benefit of both parties, this must be planned and the talks must be based on those plans. But before that, we must create mutual trust and that is something Mr Trump has taken from this framework. "It is planned that Ruhani will address the US General Assembly on Wednesday. Click here to read more about the interview.
UAW strike against GM enters Day 10 and neither party can agree on this key issue
United Automobile Workers strike against General Motors enters Day 10, and while discussed different issues, there is one point that both sides argue about the most. Temporary workers are the biggest demand among union members, according to the Detroit Free Press. Temporary workers are members of the union who do the same job as permanent employees but receive half pay and much less compensation. The Union wants these workers to be on the path to perseverance and, as temporary workers, to receive remuneration and benefits that are more relevant to their permanent colleagues.
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