Windman also said he would edit the transcript to show that Zelensky mentions Burma, the company that hired Hunter Biden, not just the "company," according to sources.
"He or she will look at the situation specifically for the company you mentioned in this issue," Zelensky quotes the rough transcript.
Windman's testimony that some specific details were left out of the rough transcript adds further insight into how the White House handled the Democrats' call and fears that the Trump administration was hiding.
Sources from both parties told CNN that the changes were not considered significant. In his testimony during another explosive postponement of Capitol Hill, Windman testifies that the White House's rude transcript is mostly accurate in describing the contents of the July 25 phone conversation between Trump and Zelensky, except for the editions he wanted to do. [1
Windman testified that he spoke with his twin brother, who works at the Ethics Council of the National Security Council, to discuss his concerns about the July 25 summons, according to multiple sources.
At the hearing, Republicans questioned why there are no more people who have raised concerns with National Security Council attorneys about the call, according to sources. He replied that he did not know what his colleagues had chosen.
" I am a patriot, and it is a sacred duty and honor for me to advance and defend our country, regardless of party or politics, "said the statement.