Ukraine's Volodymyr Zelensky

President Donald Trump has received support from the recently-elected Ukrainian Prime Minister, Volodymyr Zelensky, who insists that Trump didn’t pressure him to investigate Joe Biden on their now-infamous phone call. With the transcript being released earlier today, it has been confirmed that Trump did raise the issue of a possible probe into the Biden family, though reports of that probe being linked to the U.S. withholding aid from Ukraine proved to be false, Fox News reported Wednesday.

Zelensky opened his address to the media on a light note that got a laugh from his audience.

“It’s better to be on TV than by phone, I think.”

When asked by one journalist whether he felt pressured by President Trump, Zelensky said that he had no desire of being involved in the U.S. elections and stated simply that “nobody pushed me,” adding that “we had a great phone call” and that “it was normal.” Trump interjected just to drive the point home.

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