HERE WE GO: Dianne Feinstein Calls For “Word-For-Word” Transcript of Trump Call with Zelensky to be Provided to Congress
Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA) on Friday demanded the “word-for-word” transcript of President Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Feinstein believes there is a “word-for-word” transcript of Trump’s call with Zelensky based on the ‘whistleblower complaint’ which is essentially a dossier full of lies and second-hand rumors written by a highly partisan CIA officer.
Feinstein, who is a ranking member on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said that the whistleblower complaint “suggests that an ‘official word-for-word transcript of the call’ was produced.”
“If so, it should be provided to Congress for review. Congress has a constitutional oversight duty. It’s important that we understand who took actions to hide details of the call with Zelensky and how high those actions reached,” Feinstein said, according to The Hill.
The Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday had a separate, closed-door briefing with Acting DNI Joseph Maguire and Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael Atkinson about the CIA officer’s ‘whistleblower complaint.’
Feinstein said in a statement that she finds the whistleblower complaint to be “highly credible” and added, “It suggests that the president used his office to demand political favors from a foreign country and that White House personnel knew this was wrong and tried to cover it up by burying details of the call with Ukrainian President Zelensky.”
The transcript of the July 25 phone call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was declassified and the full, unredacted 5-page transcript was released Wednesday morning.
The transcript revealed that Trump never threatened Zelensky or engaged in quid pro quo to get him to agree to investigate Joe Biden’s son Hunter for his involvement with Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian natural gas company.
The Democrats are ignoring Biden’s shakedown of Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin while continuing their attempted coup of Trump based on a hit from a CIA officer most likely planted in the White House to thwart the Spygate investigation.
Fox News host Jesse Watters pointed out that a treaty signed by former president Bill Clinton in 1999 provides solid legal ground for President Trump’s request to Zelensky.
— Jesse Watters (@JesseBWatters) September 27, 2019
How about Trump release Feinstein’s records and phone calls related to the Chinese spy she had on her payroll for 20 years while her husband Richard Blum made hundreds of millions of dollars off of his Chinese investments.