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Of the Senate Intel committee or viewing the whistle blower report as the acting director of national intelligence gets ready to testify tomorrow earlier today president trump met with Ukraine's president at the United Nations to address the transcript of their call which was released the president of Ukraine said there was no pressure we had I think glued to a phone call he to us normal we spoke about many things and I so so I think from you and is that nobody bullshit bush me yes no worries no pressure. but house Democrats are convinced the president's call was an abuse of power and ARE following through with an impeachment inquiry after the president requested an investigation of Joe Biden's sons business in the Ukraine Republican saying it does not show the president leveraging military aid as part of a quid pro quo holding his first press conference since the impeachment inquiry the president says he's not the only one who needs to be transparent but also insist on transparency from Joe Biden and his son hunter when the millions of dollars that have been quickly and easily taken out of Ukraine in China millions of dollars millions and millions of dollars taken out very rapidly our bill Cameron reporting Democrats are already beginning to overplay their hand in the impeachment drama many Democrats including many Chicago and wraps no doubt believe the summary of the trump phone call justifies the impeachment inquiry but intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff of California played right into trump's hand when he said this there was only one message that that president of Ukraine got from that call and that was this is what I need I know what you need like any mafia boss the president didn't need to say that's a nice country you have it be a shame if something happened to it because that was clear from the conversation trump is counting on the Democrats overplaying their hand bill camera individualists Amy died in here and this just in Illinois democratic representative Mike Quigley says he's now read the complaints and the rough transcript of the July phone call. disturbing while we read this morning alarming. forced to an extraordinary magnitude by the report and that we were just right two.