A second whistleblower has come forward with concerns about President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine, the lawyer representing the person told ABC News on Sunday.
This whistleblower has first-hand knowledge of allegations listed in a previous whistleblower’s complaint, lawyer Mark Zaid said. The first whistleblower’s complaint triggered an official impeachment inquiry. Zaid also represents the first whistleblower.
Zaid said the whistleblower spoke to the intelligence community’s inspector general. Democrats have accused Trump of abusing power by suggesting in a July 25 phone call with Ukraine’s president that the country investigate Joe Biden, a potential 2020 rival, and his son Hunter.