Trump says transcript of another call he had with Ukrainian leader will “probably” be release Tuesday

WASHINGTON, US President Donald Trump said Saturday that a “second” transcript of another call he had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will “probably” be released on Tuesday. Speaking to reporters as he was heading to Alabama, Trump stressed “read the transcript. It’s all about the transcript.”? He added “they want to have a transcript of the other call, the second call. And I’m willing to provide that. We’ll probably give it to you on Tuesday.” “We have another transcript coming out, which is very important. They asked for it, and I gladly give it,” he remarked.

He stressed that there has “never been a President who’s been so transparent. This is a witch hunt at the highest level, and it’s so bad for our country.” “Here’s the deal: Read the transcript. You’ll see the call. Now I’ll give you a second transcript, because I actually had two calls with the President of Ukraine. So you’ll read the second call and you’ll tell me if you think there’s anything wrong with it,” he reiterated.

He stressed “never in history has anybody gone through this. It’s a witch hunt, and it should never happen to another President.” The US House of Representative announced last week that it would begin public hearings on the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump on November 13 after the House voted passing a resolution formalizing the impeachment inquiry of Trump.

Source: Kuwait News Agency