NEWS ALERT: 60 minutes completely misinterpreted the content of our letter, now published online at https://t.co/HjmBrEQLEi. As we said earlier today, we have not reached an agreement with Congress to contact reporters. Discussions continue. https://t.co/3XSwmtuRrnnec19459005Sense – Mark S. Zaid (@MarkSZaidEsq) September 30, 2019
He added that no agreement has been reached with Congress on contact with whistleblowers and discussions remain in progress.
A CBS spokesman said in a statement: "He stands by his sources for 60 minutes and reports on the whistle. "
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Lawyers added that President Donald Trump has heightened those concerns, saying Thursday that he wants to know who is the offender. and their informant is because "this is close to a spy."
Following reports that Trump had asked Ukraine to dig up harmful information about his political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, the House Democrats launched a formal impeachment investigation. Trump and his allies stepped up their attacks over the weekend to discredit complaints by whistleblowers and impeachment.
On Sunday, Trump demanded to meet the intruder whose complaint helped bring impeachment closer to his doorstep.