2020 Democrats demand more after Trump authorizes release of Ukraine call

Democratic presidential candidates are calling for President TrumpDonald John TrumpMark Kelly clinches Democratic Senate nod in Arizona Trump camp considering White House South Lawn for convention speech: reports Longtime Rep. Lacy Clay defeated in Missouri Democratic primary MORE to release the whistleblower report regarding his interactions with the leader of Ukraine, saying his Tuesday move to provide the transcript of a single phone call is insufficient.

Trump announced over Twitter that he plans to release a "complete, fully declassified and unredacted transcript" of his phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky amid growing uproar over reports that Trump pressured Zelensky to investigate former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenMark Kelly clinches Democratic Senate nod in Arizona Hillicon Valley: NSA warns of new security threats | Teen accused of Twitter hack pleads not guilty | Experts warn of mail-in voting misinformation Biden offers well wishes to Lebanon after deadly explosion MORE, the Democratic primary front-runner, or Biden's son Hunter.

Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy KlobucharLobbying world Biden should pick the best person for the job — not the best woman House committee requests hearing with postmaster general amid mail-in voting concerns MORE (D-Minn.) tweeted the complaint includes more information that the public must see and encouraged the House to move forward with its impeachment investigation, which reports indicated Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiNegotiators hit gas on coronavirus talks as frustration mounts Hillicon Valley: NSA warns of new security threats | Teen accused of Twitter hack pleads not guilty | Experts warn of mail-in voting misinformation Schiff, Khanna call for free masks for all Americans in coronavirus aid package MORE (D-Calif.) now plans to launch. 

Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro also requested the report, saying "Congress and the American people deserve" it.

Former Rep. Beto O'RourkeBeto O'RourkeBeto O'Rourke calls Texas GOP 'a death cult' over coronavirus response Hegar, West to face off in bitter Texas Senate runoff Bellwether counties show trouble for Trump MORE (D-Texas) agreed: 

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The Washington Post reported last week that the president told his administration to withhold hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid from Ukraine before he called for the probes into Hunter or Joe Biden.

Acting Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Joseph Maguire has thus far refused to release the intelligence community's whistleblower complaint, but House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam SchiffAdam Bennett SchiffSchiff, Khanna call for free masks for all Americans in coronavirus aid package House Intelligence panel opens probe into DHS's involvement in response to protests Democrats exit briefing saying they fear elections under foreign threat MORE (D-Calif.) said Tuesday afternoon that the whistleblower has expressed an interest in speaking to his panel.

“We have been informed by the whistleblower’s counsel that their client would like to speak to our committee and has requested guidance from the Acting DNI as to how to do so,” Schiff tweeted. “We‘re in touch with counsel and look forward to the whistleblower’s testimony as soon as this week.”