The White House, days after President Donald Trump promised, has finally released what appears to be a highly-edited call summary of Trump’s first call with Ukraine President Zelensky. The document clearly states it is “not a verbatim transcript,” and indeed, took the White House three days longer than originally planned to release the document.
The call, according to the document, lasted 16 minutes, yet spans just three short pages.
It appears to have been released in conjunction with the start of the House’s second open impeachment testimony hearing.
Read it below. (NCRM will embed a larger version shortly.)
As with the July 25 call memo, this also says “not a verbatim transcript” https://t.co/davVtBmu8E
— Michael Del Moro (@MikeDelMoro) November 15, 2019