Impeachment: Trump's son tweets name of alleged whistleblower

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President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at the Monroe Civic Center, Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019, in Monroe, La.

The Washington Post defended its reporters on Thursday after President Donald Trump bashed them over the paper's new report about him and Attorney General Bill Barr.

"There is no Whistleblower".

Trump had flown into a rage after they reported that he had asked Barr to hold a press conference declaring that he had not broken any laws when he asked the Ukrainian president to investigate 2020 rival Joe Biden and right-wing conspiracy about a DNC server.

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Standing beside Mr Trump at a political rally in Kentucky Monday, Republican Senator Rand Paul threatened to expose the person and demanded they testify in Congress. "I say tonight to the media, do your job and print his name".

"Coup has started, whistleblowers attorney said in 2017".

Requested "that a foreign leader and government initiate investigations to benefit the president's personal interests".

The tweet linked to a Breitbart news article implying the person was pro-Democrat and anti-Trump.

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"Identifying any name for the whistle-blower will simply place that individual and their family at risk", he told AFP. Posting a unusual ranting tweet, the Commander-in-Chief admitted that he did ask the Attorney General to publicly announce that Trump's infamous July 25 call extorting Ukraine in a military aid for dirt on his political opponent broke no laws.

The whistleblower had previously only been identified in a report by the New York Times as a male Central Intelligence Agency officer who was once detailed to the White House and possessed of extensive knowledge of Ukrainian politics.

Democrats on Capitol Hill responded to the complaint by launching an impeachment inquiry to examine the allegations, which have since been largely confirmed through testimony offered by current and former administration officials in congressional testimony.

In testimony released on Tuesday, close Trump ally Gordon Sondland, the USA ambassador to the European Union, admitted he had told a senior Ukraine official that the aid would not be released until Mr Zelensky fulfilled Mr Trump's demands.

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