Feinstein calls for 'word-for-word' transcript of Trump call at heart of impeachment inquiry

Feinstein, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee and the top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, said the whistleblower complaint tied to Trump "suggests that an 'official word-for-word transcript of the call' was produced." 
"If so, it should be provided to Congress for review. Congress has a constitutional oversight duty. It’s important that we understand who took actions to hide details of the call with Zelensky and how high those actions reached," Feinstein said. 
The Senate Intelligence Committee received closed-door briefings on Thursday with acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire and Michael Atkinson, the intelligence community's top watchdog, about the whistleblower complaint.
"I find the whistleblower complaint to be highly credible. It suggests that the president used his office to demand political favors from a foreign country and that White House personnel knew this was wrong and tried to cover it up by burying details of the call with Ukrainian President Zelensky," Feinstein added in her statement. 
A five-page partial transcript of the call with Zelensky was released earlier this week. In the memorandum, Trump asked Zelensky to work with his personal attorney, Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiWanna beat Sanders? Hope he wins South Carolina Giuliani: Bloomberg 'jeopardized' stop and frisk by 'overusing it' Giuliani asked for post-9/11 mayoral election to be canceled so he could stay in office: book MORE, and expressed hope that he “can look into” former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenThe Memo: Biden seeks revival in South Carolina Sanders makes the case against Biden ahead of SC primary Sanders holds 13-point lead in Fox News poll MORE’s role in the firing of a Ukrainian prosecutor. 
“There's a lot of talk about Biden's son, that Biden stopped the prosecution and a lot of people want to find out about that so whatever you can do with the Attorney General would be great," Trump told Zelensky in the July 25 call.