Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Tuesday that the Ukrainians of energy company Burisma Holdings were "tired" on a question from a CNN reporter.
"You were ready to publicly announce an investigation after your phone call with Burisma President Trump? "Asked a CNN reporter Zelensky on Tuesday morning, referring to the company that included Hunter Biden, former vice president. Joe Biden Joe Biden Most Americans break with Trump over Ukraine, but only 45 percent think he should be removed: poll Democrats publish two new protocols before the next public hearing on impeachment. Press: Ukraine is not the only outraged MORE son on the board .
"I think everyone in Ukraine is so tired of Burisma," Zelensky replied. "We have our country, we have our independence, we have our problems and questions."
President of Ukraine Zelensky: "I think everyone in Ukraine is so tired of Burisma." pic.twitter.com/26TglO4ymI
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Zelensky's telephone conversation with Trump on July 25 is at the center of the impeachment investigation that engulfed the White House.
During the call, Trump summoned Zelensky to investigate the bidens. At the time, Biden was considered the frontrunner for the nomination of the Democratic president and remains a top contender in the race. The security aid for Ukraine was also stopped when Trump pressed on the probe.
The public hearings on the impeachment trial will continue on Tuesday, beginning with a statement by Jennifer Williams, a foreign representative for Vice President Pence's office, and Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman's "sabotage effort" raises questions to the witness on the eve of the statement on Schumer urges Pentagon to protect witnesses to impeachment | US ends civil nuclear dispensation in Iran MORE Director of European Affairs at the National Security Council. Both were called on July 25 between Trump and Zelensky. Kurt Volker Kurt VolkerImpeachment Guide: The 9 witnesses testifying this week Public hearings on dismissal begin in the second week The Special Representative of Ukraine and Tim Morrison, the top Russian adviser to the National Security Council of the White House, are being called Testify on Tuesday afternoon.