Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is finally having his say in this whole uproar.
On Wednesday morning, the White House released a memorandum from a call between President Trump and Zelensky, which shows Trump pushed Zelensky to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, and the 2016 DNC email hack. So when Trump and Zelensky met publicly that afternoon, Zelensky was obviously questioned on whether he "felt any pressure by President Trump to investigate Joe Biden." Zelensky preferred to leave it at what was released, saying "I think you read everything" and "I don't want to be involved" in America's elections.
Q: "Have you felt any pressure by Pres. Trump to investigate Joe Biden?" Zelensky: "I think you read everything. I think you read text. I'm sorry, but I don't want to be involved to democratic, open elections of USA. We had, I think, good phone call. It was normal." pic.twitter.com/vAwoXm4izG
Trump then jumped in to say "in other words," there was "no pressure." He was later asked about another topic in the memorandum — whether he thought Hillary Clinton's emails were "in Ukraine." "I think they could be," he emphatically responded.
Zelensky was later asked about Trump's possible pressure once again, and reaffirmed his stance. Kathryn Krawczyk
Ukrainian Pres. Zelensky: "We have an independent country and independent general security. I can't push anyone. That is the answer. I didn't call somebody or the new general security. I didn't ask him. I didn't push him." https://t.co/vb3gODMYr1pic.twitter.com/b6Wjrbfgw5