Trump's son tweets name of alleged whistleblower, breaking strict conventions for protection

US diplomat says was urged to tweet support for Trump

Trump is campaigning in Monroe, Louisiana, for a GOP gubernatorial candidate.

Trump has publicly referred to as for the whistleblower to come back ahead and put his title to the costs he's levied, and Republican Sen.

Trump points out that he didn't run in 2018 and notes that while he urged people to go out and vote, "a lot of people said, 'I'm not going to vote until Trump runs'".

He called for the media to release the whistleblower's name at Trump's rally in Lexington on Monday. "I say tonight to the media, do your job and print his name".

The criticism charged that Trump and different prime officers within the administration held up the discharge of vital protection support to Ukraine in a bid to stress the federal government there to probe Hunter Biden, the son of former Vice President Joe Biden.

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Federal whistleblower law is created to protect against retaliation and exposure.

"Identifying any name for the whistle-blower will simply place that individual and their family at risk", he told AFP. "It will not relieve the President of the need to address the substantive allegations, all of which have been substantially proven to be true", the attorney added.

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

Democrats in the House of Representatives initiated the impeachment inquiry in September after the Trump administration tried to prevent members of Congress from viewing a whistleblower complaint that had been filed the previous month with the intelligence community's inspector general.

In testimony released on Tuesday, close Trump ally Gordon Sondland, the United States 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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