MOSCOW, Oct. 2 (Reuters / EP) –
The president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, said Wednesday that he has no problem that the content of his talks with the US president, Donald Trump, be published while explaining that he has assumed that his statements can always end being published, regardless of context.
The president of the Intelligence Commission of the US House of Representatives, Democrat Adam Schiff, advanced on Sunday that Congress will press for access to Trump's telephone talks with international leaders, including the Russian president, in fear of that the White House could have put American national security at risk.
The petition comes as part of the procedure to promote the impeachment process against Trump for his controversial call to the president of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelenski, in which the White House tenant asked him to help the Ukrainian Attorney General to investigate Hunter Biden, the son of former US vice president Joe Biden, and by extension the Democratic politician.
Trump maintains that the conversation with Zelenski was “perfect” and has denounced that the Democrats are leading a “witch hunt” against him. Democrats have launched the process of parliamentary impeachment on suspicion that Trump could have committed irregularities by asking another country for help in raising electoral revenue for the presidential elections in 2020.