White House disputes Vindman account of transcript edits

LISA MASCARO, MARY CLARE JALONICK and ALAN FRAM Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The question has long baffled lawmakers: What is missing from the White House's rough transcript of President Donald Trump phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelenskiy? Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman began to fill in gaps. In testimony for the House impeachment inquiry , Vindman, who worked at the White House National Security Council and monitored the July 25 phone call, told investigators he heard a discussion of Biden and Burisma — a reference to the gas company where Joe Biden's son served on the board. He also said Trump brought up that there are recordings of Joe Biden discussing corruption in Ukraine, according to people familiar with Tuesday's closed-door testimony. Vindman testified
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