By Video And Tweet, Trump Has Repeatedly Confessed To Ukraine Allegations
President Donald Trump keeps admitting to the whistleblower allegation that he asked a "favor" of Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky in July, which included the country investigating his potential political opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden.
In front of reporters last week, Trump said, "Certainly I'd have every right to ... what I said was so good. It was a great conversation. It was a really great conversation. And everybody will say that."
Trump has also indicated via tweet that "corruption" — which under this administration appears to be a codeword for Biden — was a focus of his dealings with Ukraine.
Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) noted that Trump previously said during an interview that he would accept foreign assistance during an election, and the situation with Ukraine is evidence that the president feels free to solicit such assistance and believes he can get away with it.