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Trump: Zelensky strongly states there was no pressure

"The President of the Ukraine just stated again, in the strongest of language, that President Trump applied no pressure and did absolutely nothing wrong," he wrote
17:43, 10 October 2019

Politico

U.S. President Donald Trump noted that Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky "in the strongest of language" denied he was pressured. Trump wrote this on his Twitter page. 

"The President of the Ukraine just stated again, in the strongest of language, that President Trump applied no pressure and did absolutely nothing wrong. He used the strongest language possible. That should end this Democrat Scam, but it won’t, because the Democrats and Media are fixed!" the message says.

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The scandal began after the Trump-Zelensky phone call's content was made public. This fact triggered the procedure of impeachment of the U.S. leader. During that conversation, Trump insisted that the investigation against Burisma Group gas production company where Hunter Biden worked must be continued. The U.S. Congress began to look into this case.

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