The whistleblower who is at the basis of a political riot in the United States is an employee of the American intelligence service CIA. At least three anonymous sources said that to The New York Times on Thursday.
Not much is known about the CIA agent, except that he worked in the White House for a while. The complaint he made that set the case rolling was made public on Thursday. This shows that, among other things, he had a great deal of knowledge of American European policy and was well-informed about Ukrainian politics.
The whistleblower’s lawyers do not want to confirm to the newspaper whether he works at the CIA. They have warned The New York Times not to disclose any information about him, because it could put him in danger.
The New York Times deliberately ignored that advice.
“The role of the whistleblower, including his credibility and his place in the government, is essential to understanding one of the most important issues facing the country: whether the President of the United States has abused power and whether the White House has has covered up, “editor-in-chief Dean Baquet says in the article.
President Trump on Thursday again turned to Twitter against “the witch hunt” that he says is going on against him. He wondered what kind of whistleblower is involved when that information from third parties, heard or heard, spreads. According to Trump, this is coming back from the sleeves of Democrats who are launching a new story in their “witch hunt” with the help of “the lying media.”
The White House has since issued a statement on Thursday stating that it will “defend itself against the hysteria and untruths” of the Democrats.
A former chief prosecutor of Ukraine says that the son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has not violated any laws in Ukraine. Yuri Lutsenko said that Thursday at The Washington Post.
“From the perspective of Ukrainian legislation, he did not violate anything,” Lutsenko told.
That while the lawyer of the American president Rudy Giuliani has tried to get suspicions against Hunter and his father.