White House lawyers “directed” officials to store records of a call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in a way that would obscure that information from others who would normally be able to access it, including members of the Cabinet, according to a whistleblower complaint released Thursday.

In a redacted, declassified version of the complaint released by the House Intelligence Committee, the whistleblower wrote that they were told by White House officials that they “were deeply disturbed by what had transpired in the phone call.”

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