House of Representatives’ Republicans have prepared a report that contains arguments justifying U.S. President Donald Trump's actions regarding Ukraine. Voice of America reported it with reference to The New York Times, which had read the contents of the document.
"There is nothing illegal in the fact that three high-level U.S. officials - each with official involvement in Ukrainian affairs - have influenced U.S.-Ukraine relations and reported these actions to the leaders of U.S. State Department and National Security Council. There is also nothing deliberately improper with Rudy Giuliani’s involvement, because Ukrainians knew that he was a channel to Trump in order to convince him that President Zelensky was serious about reform," the Republicans’ report states.
Republican Party's congress members also see nothing wrong with Trump questioning the activities of former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, at Burisma, or Ukraine's attempt to influence the U.S. presidential election in 2016.
As we reported earlier, U.S. federal court two federal agencies to hand over the documents related to Trump administration's withholding of military aid to Ukraine to the media organization "Center for Honesty in Society", The Hill informed.
"The requested documents are sought in order to inform the public on a matter of extreme national concern," Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, a district judge for the District Court for the District of Columbia stated.