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U.S. Congress demands Zelensky-Trump conversation’s transcript

Ukraine’s Co-Chair of the Support Group in the USA supported the idea
11:43, 22 September 2019

The U.S. President Donald Trump
Associated Press

The U.S. Congress demands the Administration of President Donald Trump to give the transcript of the conversation between Trump and Volodymyr Zelensky, which took place on July 25. The Voice of America reported that.

The Committee for Intelligence of the House of Representatives required that. It is also known that Ukraine’s Co-Chair of the Support Group in the USA Marcy Kaptur turned to the White House with the same request. 

"Today press indicates that the complaint was applied by a representative of the Intelligence within the protection of whistle-blowers relating to a possible violation of the grounds of the national security by President Trump and may relate to Ukraine," says Kaptur’s message.

Related: Trump did not put pressure on Zelensky, - Prystaiko

Co-chair of Ukraine’s Support in the USA believes Ukrainian people deserve full American support.

Elizabeth Warren, the Congresswoman, urges to the beginning of the President’s impeachment process. 

"After the Mueller report, Congress had a duty to begin impeachment. By failing to act, Congress is complicit in Trump’s latest attempt to solicit foreign interference to aid him in US elections. Do your constitutional duty and impeach the president," she twitted.

Related: Trump denies any illegal demands on Ukrainian authorities during conversation with Zelensky

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