Trump authorizes release of ‘complete’ transcript of call with Ukraine’s Zelensky

US President Donald Trump stated a full transcript of his latest call with the Ukrainian president is to be launched, however Democrats proceed with requires impeachment and plan to interview the whistleblower on the incident.

Trump tweeted on Tuesday that he had approved the release of the “complete, fully declassified and unredacted transcript” of his dialog with Volodymyr Zelensky. In a separate tweet, he stated it was a “very friendly and totally appropriate call” and he utilized “no pressure” on the Ukrainian chief.

Democrats had been up in arms after a whistleblower complained that Trump had allegedly had an inappropriate call with a overseas chief, who media reported to be Zelensky. The call was apparently associated to allegations that Biden threatened to withhold $1 billion in US mortgage ensures to Kiev until the federal government fired a prosecutor who was investigating an vitality firm his son Hunter labored for.

Earlier on Tuesday, Trump stated {that a} Republican could be “getting the electric chair” if he did what Biden did. He additionally denied that his personal resolution to withhold $400 million in support to Ukraine had something to do with Biden. 

Yet, regardless of the upcoming release of the total transcript of the call with Zelensky, Democrats are nonetheless not glad. US House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, recognized for his elaborate Russiagate conspiracies, stated his panel is involved with a lawyer representing the whistleblower who might give testimony as early as this week.

ABC News White House reporter tweeted that whereas Trump is releasing the transcript of the call, Democrats nonetheless wish to see the precise grievance the whistleblower made.