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Whistleblower claims, Trump seeks help from another country to win 2020 election

The basis for the impeachment process against US President Donald Trump is a confidential complaint claiming that he requested intervention from another country to influence next year’s election in the US. The complainant stated that the White House attempted to obstruct it to conceal this information. The nine-page document was released on Thursday. The document has been released before Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph McQuire’s testimony before House investigators.

The whistleblower complaint is linked to a phone conversation between Trump and Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zalensky in July in which Trump instigated Zalensky to investigate against Democratic Party rival Joe Biden. The White House on Wednesday released an unrefined copy of that phone call. The complainant said, “During the days following the phone call, I came to know from several US officials that senior officials of the White House had changed all the records of the phone call, especially the exact copy of the call which was issued by the White House Gone.’

An unknown whistleblower said several White House officials shared frequent information about it. The complainant said that those officers told Wiselbloer, “This is not the first time that under this administration, the copy of the President related copy has been put in a code-language system whose sole purpose is not to provide sensitive information for national security but to politically sensitive information.” Was patronage.

Despite this, Trump immediately tweeted, “People from the Democratic Party are trying to destroy the Republican Party and that’s all.” The Republican Party remains united and faces them. Our country is at stake. ‘

Trump is accused of violating his oath of office by using foreign forces to harm his Democratic rival, Joe Biden. Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi announced the initiation of the official impeachment process against Trump. The White House said in a statement released on Thursday, “Nothing has changed with the release of this complaint, which is nothing but an indirect collection of events and intertwining press clippings, nothing in all seems to be inappropriate.” is.’

Most members of the Republican Party, who looked into the complaint, remained calm on Wednesday or appeared to defend the president. However, a Republican said that what he had read concerned him.

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