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US President’s impeachment investigation continues to show second whistleblower

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US President’s impeachment investigation continues to show second whistleblower

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The US House of Representatives continues the impeachment investigation of President Donald Trump. The ABC reported on the 6th that Trump was pressured by other countries to investigate the opponents of the campaign. A US intelligence system official had first-hand information.

  The report said that the latest “whistleblower” has talked with the internal monitoring department of the intelligence system.

  Lawyer Mark Zaid was employed by another US intelligence community official. His client was the initial “prosecutor” of the incident.

  In a previous report by Zeid’s party, Trump used the freeze on military aid to Ukraine as a bargaining chip. On July 25, he called Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky to investigate the former US Vice President. Joe Biden, the popular candidate for the 2020 presidential election, and his son’s “black material.” In the opinion of the prosecutor, Trump “utilized his power to use his country’s power” to influence the US 2020 presidential election.

  Zaid said in a mobile phone message sent to the Associated Press reporter on the 6th that the second informant did not submit a report to the National Intelligence Inspector General; his first-hand information can support the first informant. .

  Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives, announced on September 24 that he had launched an impeachment investigation against Trump, arguing that Trump’s actions undermined US election fairness and threatened national security. The three committees of the House of Representatives issued a subpoena to the White House on the 4th, asking the latter to hand over the documents related to the subject of the investigation before the 18th

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