Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, was confronted by a voter at an event in the city hall on Thursday, who repeatedly urged her if she and other Republicans in the Senate drew a "line" about President Trump and Ukraine and China for help would ask the investigation of Joe Biden. 19659002] Amy Haskins, living in Iowa, specifically asked Ernst about Trump's comment that day that he wants China to investigate the business relations of former vice president Hunter Biden's son.
"How does anyone help?" Haskins challenged Ernst at the event in Templeton, Iowa, and applauded.
"Where is the limit? When will you say "Enough" and get up and say, "Do you know what, I do not support it"? … You still stand still and your silence supports him, "said Haskins.
MSNBC'S CHUCK TODD RUNS ALUMN TO TRUMP:" THE NATIONAL ALPTHARM IS ON US " President Trump said Thursday that China should investigate Hunter Biden's dealings, having doubled his previous call on Ukraine to do the same thing. "Trump's tone of character was a decidedly challenging one Speaking to reporters about the South Lawn of the White House on the way to Florida.
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Im controversial Juy 25 phone call, President Trump sought help from his Ukrainian counterpart investigating Hunter Biden's dealings with Burisma Holdings gas company, where Hunter served on the board, and Elder Biden's role in the suppression a prosecutor who had investigated this company.
The call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelen's ky has filed a whistleblower complaint and the Democrats have categorized the request as a criminal offense.
should be listened to and protected. "
Ernst told Haskins that Trump" will say what the President will do "and that she can not" speak for him ".
"I know you can not speak for him, but you can speak for yourself," Haskins retorted.
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"And I do," Ernst replied.
Haskins asked Ernst if Trump should "encourage other countries to investigate his political rivals."
Ernst replied that "corruption, wherever it is, should be traced
Tyler Olson of Fox News contributed to this report.