Vice-President Mike Pence urged President Trump not to publish the rough transcript of his appeal to the President of Ukraine, and raised concerns over the precedent of such a release, according to a report. Others in the White House agreed with the President that the publication According to the Wall Street Journal, the only way for the Republicans to win the fight for public opinion was by documenting it.
Pence said the summary shows that the threat by the President to withhold the document aid to Ukraine in return for the investigation of former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter "just never happened."
"The president did not do anything wrong," Pence told Fox Business Network on Wednesday.
"He had a conversation with A World Leader [and] talked about issues that were appropriate in the context of our close relationship with Ukraine, and it was nothing more than that.
" From the day after, in the elections the Democrats are trying to reject the results of the 201
During their call on July 25, Trump reminded Zelensky of military aid before asking him to investigate Hunter's actions, On Tuesday, Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the initiation of an impeachment investigation against Trump after the Democrats claimed that the President had used his powers to interfere with Ukraine's interference in the Ukraine To move elections from 2020.