- On Friday, Milwaukee Sentinel magazine reported that Senator Ron Johnson had told reporters at an event in his Wisconsin home that President Donald Trump had blocked him from telling the Ukrainian president that helping the United States along the way, fueled his argument quid pro quo at the heart of the impeachment investigation.
- But on Sunday, as few Republicans showed on Republican shows defending Trump, Johnson had a heated debate with NBC talk host Tok Todd.
- Johnson not only defended Trump, but also seemingly turned his back on the fact that he told his elect, saying that FBI and CIA members were plotting to overthrow the president.
- Clicking on Todd, Johnson stated that he "frowned" upon learning of Trump's engagement with Ukraine, as he believed that the link between withholding US aid and calling for an investigation into the 201
There were not many defenders of President Donald Trump on Sunday morning's slate.
No members of the Trump administration made political appearances on Sunday, but several GOP members did so, including Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin. In a fiery move with NBC "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd, Johnson canceled a position he held at an inaugural event in his home state Friday.
The Milwaukee Sentinel Magazine reported that Trump blocked Johnson in August, telling President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky that American aid was on the way, at the same time as President appealing to Zelensky to investigate his potential 2020 contender, Joe Biden. 
"I was surprised by the president's reaction and realized that we have a sales job to do," Johnson said stating that the president was using the assistance package as a negotiating tool for his political purposes. "I tried to convince him to give me the authority to tell President Zelensky that we were going to provide it. Now, I have been unsuccessful. "
At the" Meet with the Press, "Johnson instead put forward a conspiracy theory that FBI and CIA members are plotting to mislead Trump into investigating his behavior, and that the press has been pushing for a false story. that Trump was digging dirt on his opponent in 2020.
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of Todd's hot exchange Johnson's argument "Fox News conspiracy theories" and said, "Please answer the question I adav you, instead of trying to make Donald Trump feel is best that you do not criticize him […] What made you fight? "
'Because I don't want them to be related,'" Johnson replied, referring to the waiver of military aid and the call to investigate the 2016 election. "But here's a clear question as to why I spoke. When I asked the president about it, he completely denied it. He firmly denied it, he vehemently denied it. "
Johnson also told The Wall Street Journal that the US ambassador to the EU stated that Trump's refusal to help Ukraine was directly linked to his interest in so that Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, can investigate certain issues – which Trump has denied.
See the full exchange below: