Donald Trump's re-election campaign raised $ 5 million in just 24 hours after Nancy Pelosi had filed an accusation against the president, it is claimed.
Brad Parscale, Trump & # 39; s 2020 campaign leader, said the campaign and the Republican party had received the money in small-scale donations from all 50 states following Pelosi's announcement.
Meanwhile, two fundraising companies in New York would raise another $ 8 million on Wednesday evening and Thursday, bringing the total $ 13 million in just 72 hours.
Brad Parscale, Trump 2020 campaign leader, bragged that $ 5 million had been donated following the announcement of an investigation into an allegation of an accusation with the president
The announcement of Parscale anticipated two Trump fundraisers in New York who had to raise another $ 8 million, resulting in a total of $ 13 million in just 72 hours
The totals of the fundraising have been reported by Bloomberg, apart from tips from anonymous campaign staff.
Pelosi announced Tuesday the start of an allegation investigation after it appeared that Trump had asked the newly elected President of Ukraine to investigate political rival Joe Biden during a telephone conversation.
Pelosi had long been opposed to trump proceedings against Trump and said he was bullying the Democrats in & # 39; was to gather his followers.
But she reversed that attitude on Tuesday, under pressure from the progressive wing of her party, and started the investigation – the first step to complete deposition procedures.
On Wednesday, the White House released a transcript of Trump & # 39; s phone call to Zelensky, stating that he did indeed request information regarding an investigation into a gas company of which Hunter Biden was once a senior executive.
Donald Trump has repeatedly tried to expel the democrat as a & # 39; witch hunt & # 39; and used it to attract crowds to his meetings
Pelosi, who has long been against deposition, seemed to reverse her attitude Tuesday when she announced the start of an investigation based on a phone call Trump had with the Ukrainian president
Joe Biden, then Secretary of State for the Obama administration, put pressure on Ukraine to dismiss a public prosecutor investigating the case with other world governments.
& # 39; There is much talk about Biden's son that Biden has stopped the persecution and many people want to find out about it, so anything you can do with the Attorney General would be great, & # 39; Trump told Zelensky.
The US President is accused of withholding about $ 400 million in military aid to Ukraine prior to the call, on the understanding that it would be released when the investigation began.
The transcript does not explicitly link the Biden probe to aid payments.
Serhiy Leshchenko, an adviser to Zelensky, said, however, that the probe was considered a & # 39; condition & # 39; to make Trump talk to his Ukrainian counterpart.
He said the struggling administration of the country wanted to talk to the Trump White House about getting military help after Zelensky took office in the spring.
Ukrainian officials soon developed the understanding that any correspondence between the two presidents depended on a discussion about digging up dirt over Trump's rival, according to Leshchenko.
& # 39; It was clear that Trump will only have communication if they discuss the Biden case, & # 39; he said.
Trump is accused of withholding military aid from Ukraine until he was able to fulfill a promise by new leader Volodymyr Zelensky (left) that he would investigate rival Joe Biden
& # 39; This issue has often been raised. I know that the Ukrainian officials have understood. & # 39;
Democrats who plead for deposition want to claim that requesting a foreign power to investigate a political rival in exchange for aid money is a violation of Trump's oath of office.
While some Republicans insist on further investigation into the case, others claim that investigating corruption on Capitol Hill is not a crime.
Donald Trump, for his part, came forward and hurled his critics, and rebuked his adage repeated during the Russian collusion investigation, saying that it & # 39; the biggest witch hunt in history & # 39; is.
He defended the & # 39; very nice call & # 39; at a press conference on Wednesday and repeatedly attacked the Democrats and the & # 39; unfair & # 39; media that, according to him, are obsessed with the & # 39; witch hunt & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Accusation for that? & # 39; Trump asked incredibly while he & # 39; transparency & # 39; promised and said he will probably release a transcript of his extra phone call with Zelensky.
He said that when people look at the information he ordered released, & it's joking & # 39;
Trump referred to an earlier congratulation call with Zelensky, who was elected this spring, as well as vice-president Mike Pence's interactions with Ukraine.
& # 39; That was the second conversation. I think you should also ask for the first interview, & he said. & # 39; I can't believe they didn't do that. & # 39;
& # 39; You can have it whenever you need it & # 39 ;, he said at one point.
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