Trump to read transcript of conversation with Zelensky to American people

According to the U.S. President, it was a good phone call and people should hear it
11:03, 1 November 2019

Rolling Stone
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U.S. President Donald Trump has announced his intention to read a transcript of a phone conversation with Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky to the Americans. He told this in an interview with The Washington Examiner.

“This is over a phone call that is a good call,” Trump, sitting behind the Resolute Desk, said in an interview with the Washington Examiner. "At some point, I’m going to sit down, perhaps as a fireside chat on live television, and I will read the transcript of the call, because people have to hear it. When you read it, it’s a straight call”.

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As we reported earlier, House of Representatives of the U.S. Congress has approved the resolution on formalizing the procedures that are necessary to impeach President Donald Trump. Reuters reported that on October 31.

"Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives secured enough votes on Thursday to pass legislation setting up next steps in the fast-moving impeachment process involving Republican President Donald Trump", the news agency reported.

The approval of the bill lets the authorities request all the documents necessary to look into the President's actions further.

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