Second Trump Whistleblower Allegedly Speaks to Inspector General
As the effort to impeach President Trump ramps up, a second whistleblower has reportedly spoken to the inspector general and retained legal counsel.
The secondary individual is being represented by Mark Zaid, the same attorney who is acting on behalf of the original whistleblower who triggered a presidential impeachment inquiry after revealing questionable details of a conversation between President Trump and the leader of Ukraine.
Experts have warned that a second, corroborating whistleblower could be devastating for the President, as it may debunk his claims that the whole thing has been made up. Trump is accused of using his position to enact a “quid pro quo” with the Ukrainian leader after requesting he help investigate his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, over Ukrainian business deals made by his son, Hunter.
Despite a redacted version of the phone call transcript being released by the White House, the original whistleblower insisted that senior government officials had attempted to bury the records on Trump’s orders. “This set of actions underscored to me that White House officials understood the gravity of what had transpired in the call,” the first whistleblower said in their statement, according to ABC News.
“There’s a lot of talk about Biden’s son,” Trump told Zelenskiy at one point during the call. “A lot of people want to find out about that so whatever you can do with the attorney general would be great.”
Zaid noted that both
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