Trump will meet Ukrainian leader at UN next week amid uproar over 'partisan' whistle-blower's claim POTUS tried to pressure foreign leader into prosecuting Joe Biden's son for corruption using military aid as leverage | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Trump will meet Ukrainian leader at UN next week amid uproar over 'partisan' whistle-blower's claim POTUS tried to pressure foreign leader into prosecuting Joe Biden's son for corruption using military aid as leverage

Trump is accused of pressuring Ukraine's president to prosecute Joe Biden's son for corruption, using military aid as leverage.

The president appeared to reveal information about a whistle-blower, attacking the person as 'highly partisan,' but then said he doesn't know who it is
The inspector general for the intelligence committee determined the matter was 'urgent' when he was notified of it.

Trump's acting director of national intelligence is resisting calls by Democrats to hand over the information, as statutes generally call for,
in credible cases.

Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani admitted during CNN interview that he asked Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden's dealings there when he was vice-president.

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