Vice-President Mike Pence's National Security Adviser – and one of the executives who testified in Parliament's impeachment investigation on Tuesday – said he had "nothing wrong during the telephone conversation between President Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr on July 25." or inappropriate "belongs to Zelensky, the heart of the Impeachment Probe.
Lt. General Keith Kellogg wrote in a White House letter Tuesday that he had "no qualms" about the phone call and confirmed the testimony of Jennifer Williams from earlier. Williams is a US State Department employee who is registered in Pence's office.
"I have not heard anything wrong or wrong with the call," Kellogg wrote. "I had and do not have any concerns."
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Kellogg added, "Ms. Williams was also on the call, and as she testified, she did not report to me, her direct line manager, any personal or professional concerns about the call , In fact, she has not reported any personal or professional concerns to any other member of the Vice President's staff, including our Chief of Staff and the Vice President. "
Williams said during her public hearing before the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday that she would file a secret memo between Pence and Zelensky in September as part of the impeachment investigation.
Asked by Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., If she had taken notes on the request and if there was anything she wanted. Williams said she would not follow the advice of her lawyer who advised her to answer. The lawyer said that the vice president's office called the request secret.
Williams told the committee behind closed doors earlier this month that the call between Trump and Zelensky was "very positive" and the two men did not discuss Trump's impetus for investigations by disputed Democrats.
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Williams said Trump's tweet surprised her. She told the committee that she "did not expect to be called by name".
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Williams said she was confused by his tweet and would "not" call himself a "never trumper".
The Associated Press has contributed to this report.