In September, days after the complaint was revealed, Trump likened the whistleblower to a spy inside the White House who had committed treason. “Identifying any suspected name for the whistleblower will place that individual and their family at risk of serious harm,” Zaid said. Trump Jr. denied coordinating with the White House, and the name has not been confirmed. But a memorandum of the call, released by the White House, and testimony by multiple witnesses have borne out the whistleblower’s narrative. In the end, Plame said she relied on friends and family for support — and urged the whistleblower to do the same.
Source: Los Angeles Times November 08, 2019 12:02 UTC