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Trump demands that he be allowed to meet with the complainant anonymously and threatens “great consequences” for his complaint

September 30, 2019

Requests that the president of the Intelligence Commission of the House of Representatives be investigated for “treason and fraud”


The president of the United States, Donald Trump, has assured that he has the right to meet with the anonymous complainant who filed a complaint internally for his controversial call to the president of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelenski, while warning that there will be “great consequences “for the performance of that anonymous whistleblower and the sources that informed him.

“Like any American, I deserve to meet with my accuser, especially this accuser, this so-called informer, who presented a perfect conversation with a foreign leader in a totally imprecise and fraudulent way,” said the US president, in a series of messages published in your personal Twitter social network account late Sunday.

Trump has then charged against Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff, president of the Intelligence Commission of the US House of Representatives, whom he has accused of “inventing” what the US president said in the conversation with Zelenski “lying to the Congress”.

“His lies were perhaps made in the most brazen and siniestas way ever seen in the great House (of Representatives). He wrote and read terrible things and then said they came out of the mouth of the president of the United States. I want Schiff is interrogated at the highest level for treason and fraud, “Trump said.

The US president has said he also wants to meet with “the person who illegally gave the information” to the anonymous whistleblower, information that “was widely incorrect.” “Was this person spying on the president of the United States? Will there be great consequences?”

Trump has thus pronounced on the controversy arising from the complaint filed by a government official for his controversial telephone call on July 25 to the president of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelenski, a conversation in which the tenant of the White House asked him Do “a favor” and summoned the Ukrainian to put the Ukrainian Attorney General to investigate the son of former US Vice President Joe Biden.