That call occurred months before the one in July that has been the focus of the impeachment inquiry.
Last September the White House published a transcript of Trump's July telephone conversation with Zelensky, during which he asked several times that his government investigate Biden, an incident that sparked the Democratic inquiry that could lead to the impeachment of the United States president.
Trump said Saturday that he would likely release a transcript of a second call with Zelenskiy on Tuesday.
Now they move on to "phase two" - public hearings to inform about the nature of the investigation the American public.
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Joe Biden is a leading candidate for the Democratic nomination to oppose Trump's bid for re-election next year.
The resolution last month allows House Republicans to request their own witnesses in the Intelligence Committee, but Democratic lawmakers still have the final say.
The Acting Chief of Staff of the White House has challenged a subpoena that orders him to testify in the political trial investigation against President Trump.
The testimony details how prime USA officers were haunted that Trump had outsourced Ukraine coverage to his attorney, Rudy Giuliani, who had pushed prime Ukraine officers to publicly pronounce an investigation into the Bidens and to pursue a conspiracy belief that Ukraine interfered within the 2016 elections to help Democrats.
For only the fourth time in US history, the House of Representatives has started a presidential impeachment inquiry. In 2018, Biden boasted that he had pressured then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to remove a prosecutor who was investigating a Ukrainian gas company, Burisma, where the former vice president's son held a lucrative board position.
Trump has defended the July phone call with Zelensky, despite the rough transcript released by the White House appearing to support the allegations against him. And now they all want that one.
-Investigators in the inquiry on Friday released hundreds of pages of testimony from Fiona Hill, a former White House Russia adviser, and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, an Army officer assigned to the National Security Council.
The impeachment investigation has escalated after several witnesses testified behind closed doors that they believed that $400 million in military aid to Ukraine and a meeting with Zelensky hinged on Kiev complying with Trump's request to investigate Biden and 2016 election meddling. Schiff said three State Department witnesses will appear in two hearings Wednesday and Friday: the US ambassador to Ukraine, Bill Taylor, career department official George Kent and Marie Yovanovitch, the former USA ambassador to Ukraine.