"They want to have a transcript of the other call, the second call, and I'm willing to provide that", Trump said on Saturday.
Last September the White House published a transcript of Trump's July telephone conversation with Zelensky, during which he asked several times that his government investigate Biden, an incident that sparked the Democratic inquiry that could lead to the impeachment of the U.S. president. "We'll probably give it to you on Tuesday".
Democrats and Republicans are already tussling over which witnesses to call for the public impeachment hearings in the coming week.
House committees are trying to determine whether President Donald Trump violated his oath of office by asking Ukraine to investigate political rival Joe Biden and his family and to investigate Ukraine's involvement in the 2016 USA presidential election.
Trump has denied doing the leisure nasty.
Angry mob 'cruelly' humiliates town's mayor in violent street attack
Election observers from the Group of American States (OAS) expressed their concerns and an audit by the physique is now underway. She was dragged and forced to walk barefoot through the town by the mob, before being rescued by police on motorcycles.
There is now not this form of thing as a evidence of wrongdoing by both Joe or Hunter Biden in Ukraine.
Nunes, who is the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, added that "given the multiple discrepancies between the whistleblower's complaint and the closed-door testimony of the witnesses, it is imperative that the American people hear definitively how the whistleblower developed his or her information, and who else the whistleblower may have fed the information he or she gathered and how that treatment of classified information may have led to the false narrative being perpetrated by the Democrats during this process". And now they all want that one.
The testimony details how prime United States officers were haunted that Trump had outsourced Ukraine coverage to his attorney, Rudy Giuliani, who had pushed prime Ukraine officers to publicly pronounce an investigation into the Bidens and to pursue a conspiracy belief that Ukraine interfered within the 2016 elections to help Democrats.
-Investigators in the inquiry on Friday released hundreds of pages of testimony from Fiona Hill, a former White House Russia adviser, and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, an Army officer assigned to the National Security Council.
The inquiry enters a critical phase next week when House committees hold impeachment hearings in public.
Last month, U.S. former national security advisor was so alarmed by a White House-linked effort to pressure Ukraine to investigate Democrats, he told aide Fiona Hill to alert the National Security Council's chief lawyer, Hill told House impeachment investigators in her 10-hour deposition.