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Whistleblower's lawyer urges Trump to stop attacking his client

According to him, Trump has repeatedly attacked the whistleblower and tried to discredit the individual
16:25, 8 November 2019

The Guardian

Whistleblower, whose complaint document triggered the House impeachment inquiry of U.S. President Donald Trump, is getting attacked. That is why his lawyer has sent a letter to the White House warning the President to "cease and desist" attacking his client. It was reported by CNN.

"I am writing out of deep concern that your client, the President of the United States, is engaging in rhetoric and activity that places my client, the Intelligence Community Whistleblower, and their family in physical danger," Andrew Bakaj (whistleblowers lawyer - ed.) wrote to White House counsel Pat Cipollone.
 
"I am writing to respectfully request that you counsel your client on the legal and ethical peril in which he is placing himself should anyone be physically harmed as a result of his, or his surrogates', behavior," he said.
 
 
Bakaj stated that Trump has repeatedly attacked the whistleblower and tried to discredit the individual.
 
As we reported earlier, it was official of former U.S. President Barack Obama's administration, Eric Ciaramella, who had complained to special forces about U.S. President Donald Trump's pressure on Ukraine's leadership. This was reported by Breitbart with reference to Real Clear Investigations.

Ciaramella was the Director of Baltic and Eastern European Affairs at the National Security Council during Obama’s presidency. He was engaged in the politics of Ukraine. He currently works as an analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency.

Related: House of Representatives publishes transcript of Taylor's interrogation on Trump's pressure on Ukraine

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