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The US president declared not afraid of impeachment


US President Donald Trump. Photo: AFP / TTXVN

Speaking to reporters at the White House, President Trump dismissed the content of a record of private hearings released by U.S. officials recently when Democratic Senators in the House of Representatives investigated allegations that President Trump pressured Ukraine to investigate his political rivals. President Trump also criticized the Democratic congressional members in the House of Representatives opening public hearings next week to investigate him.

President Trump also accused the Democratic Party of seeking his "hatred" figures and noted that he did not know most of the witnesses, including some of the top State Department officials. Mr. Trump stated: “I am not worried about anything. I want to say that I've almost never heard of those people. I don't know who they are. "

In a related development, US President Donald Trump said he was considering publishing a copy of another phone conversation between him and his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky. President Trump said he would provide the first call log between him and the Ukrainian president in April, shortly after Zelensky won the election, if the Democrats asked as part of the investigation. investigate impeachment.

A Democratic investigation into a controversial telephone conversation between President Trump and his Ukrainian counterpart accused Trump of pressuring Ukraine to force the country to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden in a phone call in late July.

At the request of the Democratic Party, the White House published a transcript of the conversation, in which President Trump said his Ukrainian counterpart should work with his own lawyer, Rudy Giuliani and Minister of Justice. William Barr to investigate the ethical status of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.

On the same day, the Democratic Party continued to publish testimony with some new details about President Trump of Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, the leading expert on Ukraine at the National Security Council and Ms. Fiona Hill, former chief executive. European and Russian authorities at the National Security Council.

The testimony also provided new details about discussions inside the White House before US President Donald Trump made a phone conversation with his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenksy on July 25, which President Trump loved. Bridge Ukraine President investigates former Vice President Joe Biden and Ukraine's energy company Burisma, which hired Hunter Biden.


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