Trump's pressure on Ukraine began a few years ago

Trump’s pressure on Ukraine began a few years ago

Rudy Giuliani came to Ukraine, where he performed for the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, and also met with Petro Poroshenko and Yuriy Lutsenko.
U.S. President Donald Trump and his entourage began to put pressure on the Ukrainian government a few years ago. This was reported by the Washington Post on Friday. November 1.

There are two questions that the House Of Representatives Investigators are likely to be able to answer.

What was the prerequisite for Trump’s first meeting with then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, which took place on June 20, 2017? Kyiv hired lobbying firm BGR Group in January of that year to establish contacts with the American president. But nothing happened. And then suddenly the door opened.”

Also a few weeks before Poroshenko’s arrival at the White House, Trump’s lawyer Giuliani visited Kyiv to speak for the Victor Pinchuk Foundation. It is known that he met with Poroshenko and then-Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko.

After Giuliani’s visit, the Ukrainian investigation, which also mentioned payments to Former Trump’s campaign chief Paul Manafort, went from NABU to the Attorney General’s Office.

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Trump’s attempts to play politics in Ukraine are described in an increasing stream of documents and testimonies. The House of Representatives must now decide whether he can continue to hold office,” the statement said.

Recall, Democrats have launched the procedure of impeachment of Trump because of the scandal surrounding his conversation with the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelinsky.

According to opponents of the American leader, during the call, he tried to influence Zelinsky in order to start an investigation into the activities in Ukraine of the son of former Vice President Joe Biden in exchange for providing financial and military assistance to Kyiv.

Trump and Mr. Green deny any pressure during the conversation.

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