President Trump was just vindicated by a high-ranking witness. The world is shocked and Democrats’ impeachment witch-hunt could be over — they are in a full-blown panic.
According to Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), who has been directly involved in foreign relations as chair of the Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs Committee, Trump rejected the notion of quid-pro-quo with Ukraine.
“I asked him about whether there was some kind of arrangement where Ukraine would take some action and the hold would be lifted,” recalled Johnson, detailing his conversation with Trump about military aid to the country.
“Without hesitation, President Trump immediately denied such an arrangement existed,” continued Johnson. “No way. I would never do that. Who told you that?” said Johnson, quoting the president’s exact words.
Earlier in his letter, which was sent in response to a request from Reps. Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Devin Nunes (R-CA) for information, Johnson also made it clear that Ukraine never raised the issue or felt bullied by Trump.
Given Johnson’s proximity to the situation, including meetings with Ukrainian officials and his direct involvement in discussions, Republicans now have the fodder they need to end this impeachment witch-hunt.
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