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Donald Trump’s claims of Ukrainian corruption are ‘not true’

In his first major interview since President Donald Trump was acquitted of two impeachment articles earlier this month, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky pushed back on Trump’s claims that Ukraine was corrupt and said he was willing to talk with the president again. 

During an interview at the Munich Security Conference, Zelensky told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that Trump’s claims of widespread corruption in Ukraine were “not true.” 

“That’s not true,” Zelensky said, when Amanpour read him comments from an interview Trump gave last November with “Fox and Friends” where he called Ukraine the “third-most corrupt country” in the world.  

“When I had a meeting with President Trump, and he said that in previous years [Ukraine] was such a corrupt country, I told him and was very open with him, I told him that we fight with corruption, we fight each day,” Zelensky said. 

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