- On Friday, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel said Senator Ron Johnson told reporters at an event in his home state of Wisconsin that President Donald Trump had prevented him from telling the Ukrainian president that US aid was on the way to what the consideration fueled argument at the center of the impeachment investigation.
- However, on Sunday, when few Republicans showed up at morning shows to defend Trump, Johnson had a heated debate with Chuck Todd, the host of "Meet the Press" from NBC.
- Not only Johnson defended Trump, but he apparently returned his stance from what he told his constituents, saying that members of the FBI and the CIA conspire to overthrow the president.
- When he was pressured by Todd, Johnson said he "flinched" when he learned of Trump's interactions with Ukraine because he believed that the link between the reluctance of US aid and the demand could provoke a false suspicion from the President following an inquiry into the 201
Sunday morning there were not many defenders of President Donald Trump.
No members of the Trump administration appeared on the political shows on Sunday morning. But a few GOP members blew it up, including Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin. In a fiery back and forth with NBC's "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd, Johnson reversed the stance he took at a constituent event in his home state on Friday.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that in August Trump prevented Johnson from telling Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that US aid was on its way. At the same time, the president appealed to Zelensky to investigate his potential candidate for 2020, Joe Biden. 
"I was surprised by the president's reaction and found that we had a sales job to do," Johnson said, adding that the president used the aid package as a negotiating tool for his political purposes. "I tried to persuade him to give me the authority to tell President Zelensky that we're going to do it, but I did not make it."
Johnson instead championed a conspiracy theory on Meet the Press, members of the FBI and the CIA conspire to bring down Trump's investigation into his behavior, and the press falsely told Trump his Digs out enemies from 2020.
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" Because I did not do it I want the Connected, "Johnson replied, pointing to the reluctance of military aid and the appeal to investigate the 2016 elections." But here's the point, why I said. When I asked the President about it, he denied it completely. He vehemently and furiously denied it. "
Johnson also said so before the Wall Street Journal A US ambassador to the EU said Trump's reluctance to help Ukraine is directly related to his interest in Kiev, the Ukrainian capital to cause certain matters to be investigated – which Trump denied.
See full exchange below: