U.S. President Donald Trump and his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani were looking for the proves that Ukraine intervened in the American elections. This was reported by the New York Times referring the documents and sources.
Despite the findings of United States intelligence agencies and the Justice Department that Russia was responsible for interfering in the 2016 election, Mr. Trump was driven to seek proof that the meddling was linked to Ukraine and forces hostile to him.
Trump believed in the conspiracy theory, which suggested there might have been the missing emails of Hillary Clinton.
The interests of US President included Biden's activity and publishing of incriminating materials about Paul Manafort during the election campaign 2016.
Giuliani supported by Trump tried to accuse Biden in illegal activities when he and his colleagues pursued their own interests while working in Ukraine.
Mr. Giuliani said early this year he had become increasingly convinced that the Manafort records were doctored and disseminated by critics of Mr. Trump to sabotage his campaign, and later used to spur the special counsel’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Trump asked Zelensky to cooperate with Minister of Justice and U.S. Attorney General William Barr on a number of issues during their phone conversation on July 25.
"Among them was the unfounded conspiracy theory suggesting that Ukraine rather than Russia was behind the hack of the Democratic National Committee emails in 2016 and that Mrs. Clinton’s missing emails might be on a server in Ukraine," the outlet wrote.