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Trump calls Zelensky new Russian president

Trump commented on the situation, which may lead to his impeachment and mentioned the “ideal talk” with Ukrainian president three times
15:51, 29 October 2019

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U.S. President Donald Trump misspoke and called President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky to be the president of Russia by accident as the speech of Trump at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland published by the White House states.

“Now they don’t want to talk about the whistleblower because they didn’t think I was going to release the conversation.  When I released the conversation, I blew up Schiff’s act.  And just to put topping on it, the Russian — as you know, the new Russian President, a good man, made his statement.  There was no anything.  There was no pressure put on him.  No anything,” Trump said.

The journalists paid attention to the warning. Trump commented on the situation, which may lead to his impeachment and mentioned the “ideal talk” with the Ukrainian president three times. But then insisting on the fact that he did not put pressure on Zelensky, he called him the Russian president.

Related: Head of President's Office Bohdan explains his absence during Zelensky's meeting with Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump said that the White House would cooperate with the House of Representatives’ impeachment inquiry if House Democrats “give us our rights”. Meanwhile, The White House has criticized Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for not calling a vote of the full chamber to authorize the impeachment investigation.

As we reported earlier, the conversation between Trump and Zelensky caused a lot of controversy, as Trump pressed his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky, to investigate his political rival, former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden. As a result, Nancy Pelosi reported that House of Representatives would launch a formal impeachment inquiry.

 

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