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Trump denies investigation link to Ukraine aid amid new timeline revelations

SUNRISE, Fla. — President Donald Trump continued to deny any connection between investigations and security funding to Ukraine as new details emerged about when the aid was frozen and when Trump knew about the whistleblower complaint.“The Ukrainian foreign minister stated, and I quote, Ambassador Sondland did not tell us, and certainly did not tell me, about a connection between the assistance and the investigations. Never told him. I have never had a direct link between investigations and security assistance,” Trump said at a rally Tuesday night. “OK, what that means, you know what it means, it means we did zero. We did nothing wrong.”Documents released Tuesday by the House Budget Committee showed that the Office of Management and Budget made its first official move to withhold military aid to Ukraine the same day Trump spoke to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy by phone. A separate report in the New York Times said that Trump had already been briefed on a whistleblower complaint about his handling of Ukraine aid at the time the funds were released in September.Trump used the visit to the must-win state of Florida — the first rally in a swing state in months — to defend himself on a number of fronts with impeachment front and center.”The same maniacs are pushing the deranged impeachment. Think of this. Impeachment. Impeachment. A witch hunt. The same as before,” he said referring to former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report. “And they’re pushing that impeachment witch hunt. And a lot of bad things are happening to them. Because you see what’s happening in the polls? Everybody said: that’s really bullshit.”Not long before the rally got underway, closed-door transcripts were released showing two OMB staffers quit over frustrations about the hold on aid.Trump touted his move earlier this month to intervene in three high-profile murder cases involving U.S. service members — dismissing charges against a Green Beret accused of killing an Afghan man, pardoning a former Army officer who was serving 19 years for ordering soldiers to fire on unarmed Afghan men, and promoting a Navy SEAL who was convicted of posing with a dead body but acquitted of more serious charges — and accused military leaders of being part of the “deep state”“Just last week, I stuck up for three great warriors against the Deep State,” Trump said.Let
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