Second Ukraine Whistleblower Materializes, Allegedly an Intelligence Official with ‘Firsthand Knowledge’

The controversy surrounding President Donald Trump’s phone call in July with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky took another twist on Sunday morning when a second reported whistleblower emerged.

According to The Associated Press, the new whistleblower has reportedly spoken to the intelligence community’s internal watchdog and “has information that backs the original whistleblower’s complaint.” [RELATED: Dan Bongino: Schiff Playing Role of the ‘Joker,’ He’s Helping Trump Massively]

However, lawyer Mark Zaid, who represents both whistleblowers, told the AP that the second individual hasn’t filed an official complaint with the inspector general.

The second whistleblower has “firsthand knowledge that supported” the original whistleblower, the AP reported.

Of note, like the first, the second whistleblower is reportedly also an intelligence official, according to the AP.

Zaid also spoke to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos.

In response to Stephanopoulos’ tweet, Andrew P. Bakaj, managing partner of the firm working with the whistleblowers, confirmed the various reports. [RELATED: REPORT: Audio, Email Evidence Shows DNC Colluded With Ukraine To Boost Hillary By Harming Trump]

“I can confirm that my firm and my team represent multiple whistleblowers in connection to the underlying August 12, 2019, disclosure to the Intelligence Community Inspector General. No further comment at this time,” Bakaj wrote.

Interestingly, Bakaj wrote that there were “multiple” whistleblowers. While two certainly counts as “multiple,” Bakaj’s wording leaves the door ajar for more potential whistleblowers. [RELATED: REPORT: Nancy Pelosi’s Son was an Executive of a Gas Industry Company That Did Business in Ukraine]

The New York Times had also reported on the potential existence of a second whistleblower on Friday. However, ABC News reported that Zaid is unsure if the second whistleblower he represents is the same one mentioned by the Times.

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