Utah Republican Representative Chris Stuart announced on Fox News the "Angraham Corner" and on social media Wednesday that complaints about President Trump's explosive call with Ukraine's leader were declassified – and Stuart that it does not contain no damn information.
"I advise you all to read it," Stuart tweeted. The complaint was not immediately available to the public, but was expected to be released Thursday morning.
"It has been declassified and released," Stewart told anchor Laura Ingramham. "So it should be available for everyone to go and look at. I encourage everyone to go and look at it." Stuart added that he had considered the complaint and was initially "alarmed" before the complaint, but now he is "much more convinced than I was this morning that this will not go anywhere. … there are simply no surprises." [1
Earlier in the day, the White House released a transcript of a July call ane on Trump with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, showing that Trump wants a review of Biden's family relationship in the country.
But the census also does not demonstrate that Trump is using military aid for Ukraine to receive a "promise" to investigate Biden, as the widely cited 1945 report in The Washington Post states.
Attorneys for the Leblower whistle – a member of the intelligence community – confirmed to Fox News on Wednesday that the offender wants to testify before Congress and is awaiting possible guidance from acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire, lawyers said.
The attorneys also confirmed to Fox News that they were working for a nonprofit to create a GoFundMe page that wants to raise an initial $ 100,000 in legal protection for whistleblowers.
Fox News is said to have held a serious conversation between lawmakers about how far Maguire could go in public at a hearing tomorrow. A source told Fox News that the administration may have declassified the document so that it can be discussed publicly during the hearing.
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A bipartisan select group of House and Senate Intelligence Committee legislators who request details of an offender complaint have been granted access to a classified document early on Wednesday before Maguire's testimony.
The news came as President Trump continued his efforts to turn the tables. Democrats.
At a press conference in New York on Wednesday, Trump specifically drew attention to the little-discussed CNN report of May, which describes how Democratic Sens. Robert Menendez, Dick Durbin and Patrick Lehi urged the Attorney General of Ukraine to close four times. are seen as critical of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller's probe of Russia at the time – and, according to the modern logic of the Democrats, seemingly implied
"Democrats have done what they blame me for," Trump said.
Democratic senators wrote in a letter to the leader of Ukraine at the time: "In four short years, Ukraine has made significant progress in building institutions, despite continued military, economic and political pressure from Moscow. We have supported the [the] capacity-building process and are disappointed that some in Kiev seem to have rejected these [democratic] principles in order to escape President Trump's fury. "
The senators urge the Attorney General to" reverse the course and stop all efforts to obstruct cooperation with this important investigation. "
Mark Thiesen initially submitted the letter on Tuesday, calling it evidence of a" double standard "among Democrats.
" Senator Chris Murphy literally threatened the President of Ukraine that if he did not do things, they would not have the support of
It was a reference to the Connecticut Democrat's comments at a bipartisan meeting in Kiev earlier this month when Murphy convened the United States to assist Ukraine's "most important asset" – then issued a warning
"I told Zelensky that he should not have to blame himself or his government on American politics, "Murphy said of Hill." I warned him that complying with the presidential campaign's demands to investigate the president's political rival would seriously damage US-Ukraine relations. There are several things that Republicans and Democrats agree on in Washington these days, and support for Ukraine is one of them. "
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In response to Trump's statements, Murphy said that" when I met with Republican Senator Ron Johnson and three weeks ago, President he should not be involved in the 2020 elections and that his government should communicate with the State Department, not the presidential campaign. I still believe that is true. "
Trump's comments came shortly after he completed a joint media appearance with Zelensky – who firmly stated before the re
"We had a great phone call," Zelensky said earlier while sitting against Trump. "That was normal."
In color, Trump said to reporters that the evidence clearly shows that Democrats were impartially attacking him for political gain.  "We have the largest economy we have ever had," the president said. "When you see little [House Intelligence Committee Chair] Adam Schiff go out, lie down and lie down and stand in front of the microphone, a smart man by the way. … Then he enters a room with [House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry] Nadler and they have to laugh their asses off. "
" They have to laugh their asses off. "
Not all House Democrats were on the impeachment board. Presidential candidate in 2020 Rep. Tulsa Gabard, D-Hawaii, said Wednesday that the census from Ukraine did not present a "convincing" reason for impeaching the president.
Winning a battle with Democrats for dozens of Democrats who support an impeachment investigation could pay dividends for Republicans before next year's election. The National Republican Congressional Committee said Wednesday that fundraising has grown 608 percent since
and the Trump and GOP re-election campaign announced they have raised a total of $ 5 million in just 24 hours.
Trump on Wednesday also called for transparency "from Joe Biden and his son Hunter for the millions of dollars that were quickly and easily taken out of Ukraine and China."
Joe Biden admitted to camera that is vice president, he successfully pressured Ukraine to fire its attorney general, Victor Shokin, who was investigating the natural gas firm Burisma Holdings – where Hunter Biden was aboard. Shokin himself was individually accused of corruption.
After Trump spoke, political scientist Ian Bremer said that the real scandal was not Biden's push to get rid of Shokin, but Hunter Biden's lucrative business in Ukraine.
Hunter Biden a key position in Burma, shortly after Joe Biden visited Ukraine in 2014 and pressed officials there to increase gas production significantly. Hunter was making tens of thousands of dollars a month, but there was no relevant data.
"It's impossible to justify $ 50,000 a month for Hunter Biden serving on the Ukrainian energy board without zero experience unless he promises to sell access," Bremer writes. 19659003] "This is a problem for the Vice President, but completely unrelated to Biden, calling on the Ukrainian President to fire his special prosecutor," Bremer continued. "[The prosecutor] was corrupt, refused to investigate anyone, and which Dems and the GOP agreed to leave."
Also in the day, the Justice Department – in a new letter from the Legal Counsel's Office received by Fox News – rejected the allegation. that the offender had removed something of "urgent concern" that should have been referred to Congress.
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The letter also says the intelligence inspector general found "some indications of complainant political bias on the part of the complainant in favor of a competing political candidate "But said the allegations" appear credible. "Fox News previously reported that, according to a source, the individual also did not have" first-hand knowledge "of the telephone conversation.
Meanwhile, sources said that the initial allegations spoke of a possible breach of campaign funding, but the DOJ concluded that Trump's request for investigation n was not classified as a "valuable thing" for his campaign – and therefore did not constitute a criminal offense .