Romney Adds Fuel to Democrat Outrage Over Trump Ukraine Phone Call

Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) is joining Democrats in demanding answers to a whistleblower complaint that charges President Trump pressured the president of Ukraine to investigate 2020 presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, regarding his business dealings in the country.

The whistleblower claims during a July phone conversation, President Trump pressured the Ukraine president to investigate Hunter Biden and the president used U.S. aid as leverage.

Romney promptly commented on the accusation that President Trump pressured President Zelensky.

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Romney continued to comment on the matter by telling NBC News the whistleblower complaint regarding President Trump’s conversation with the president of Ukraine should be given to Congress.

Democrats are using the controversy to call for President Trump’s impeachment.

Representative Debbie Dingell (D-MI) joined other Democrats in calling for opening up an impeachment inquiry.

Democrat Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy also called for the House of Representatives to initiate the impeachment process.

Lost in the attacks against the president is the fact that Joe Biden, when he was serving as vice president, pressured Ukraine to fire a government official that was investigating a natural gas company where Hunter was on the board of directors.

On CNN Ian Bremmer said, Hunter Biden was being compensated by the Ukrainian company and was connected to political influence.

President Trump criticized Romney.

Democrats are desperate to damage the president before the 2020 election and Romney’s comments are aiding that effort.