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The lawyer for the first informant in the lawsuit against US President Donald Trump says another informant has appeared in the case.. Trump impeachment case: another whistleblower surfaced


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The lawyer for the first informant in the lawsuit against US President Donald Trump says another informant has appeared in the case.


The second witness is an undercover officer and spoke to his inspector general, lawyer Mark Zaid told the news agency ABC.
The White House has not reacted to this progress.
The US president has repeatedly denied the allegations.
No details have been released regarding the claims of another source, Blur.
However, Mr Zaid has said that the man has direct details of the allegations related to President Trump's July 25 telephone call with the Ukrainian president.
The prosecution's action against the president comes after a phone call that the first informant gave in August.
The New York Times reported on Friday that another person is also planning to appear, who has 'more direct notifications' regarding phone calls.
It is not yet known whether Zaid will interpret it.
resident Trump's lawyer, Roddy Giuliani, wrote in a message on social networking site Twitter that he was not surprised that there was another person. He called it 'secret source' and also said it was a political inquiry.
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What's the difference from the second report?

The Democratic-led investigative committee would like to meet with anyone who has seen this phone call directly or has more information


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Image caption Thedemocratic-led investigative committee is keen to meet with anyone who has seen this phone call directly or has more information.


They hope the other person can get this information.
The White House insists that it did not hide anything in the matter and that President Trump's phone call was issued only after reservations were made on the call.
But researchers say that the transcript of the release, the transcript of the phone conversation, is not complete.
They have sent a court order to the State Department to provide more information about this phone call.
On Saturday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he would comply with the request, but he also complained that his staff was being harassed.

Four questions

Why is Trump investigating?
The informant alleges that Trump requested US intervention abroad for the 2020 elections and exercised his office's authority. He asked his rival, Joe Biden, to investigate.
Is this illegal?
If it turns out that President Trump has done so, then it is illegal to ask foreign entities to help win the US election. President Trump says that the allegation is a scam and he did nothing wrong.
What could happen next?
If the Democrats in the House of Representatives vote in favour of President Trump, then they will have a trial in the Senate.
Can the president be removed?
The Senate needs a two-thirds majority to convict them. But President Trump has a majority in the Republican Party Senate, and Muller's inquiry has made it clear that you cannot turn the president on the chair into a crime.

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