President Trump Donald John TrumpAlasian Republican Party cancels 2020 primary Ukrainian official denies Trump pressured President Trump goes after New York Times, Washington Post: "They've gone totally GALA !!!!" MORE on Sunday doubled on his call to former vice president Joe Biden 's cooperation with Ukraine to be investigated amid reports of a whistle that is said to have raised concerns about the president's interaction with a foreign leader who may have been the president of Ukraine.  "Now, Fake News Media says that I & # 39; pressed the President of Ukraine at least 8 times during my phone call with him." story about what was said, "the president tweeted Sunday night.
"Breaking News: The Ukrainian government just said that they were not pressed at all during the" nice "conversation. Sleepy Joe Biden, on the other hand, forced a tough prosecutor to investigate his son's business with the threat of not giving big dollars to Ukraine. That's the real story! "he added.
.. Breaking News: The Ukrainian government just said they were not pressed at all during the" nice "conversation. Sleepy Joe Biden, on the other hand, forced a tough prosecutor to investigate his son's business through threats of
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 23, 2019
The Washington Post reported last week that a whistleblower in the intelligence community made a complaint about Trump's
On Friday, several outlets reported that Trump had pressured Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Biden's son Hunter Biden during a July conversation.
Trump has not denied that he urged Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden Earlier Sunday, speaking to reporters outside the White House, Trump insisted there was no quid pro quo involved in the talks with the the Ukrainian president, calling it a "perfect conversation."
Instead, Trump has questioned why the media does not pay more attention to the actions of the Democratic front-runner.
He also criticized the whistle and said that the official had caused a "false alarm."
Hunter Biden worked with a natural gas company owned by a Ukrainian oligarch. His father pushed in 2016 for the dismissal of a Ukrainian prosecutor who had been accused of overlooking corruption in his own office.
There is no evidence that Joe Biden acted with his son's interests in mind.