The president did not “privately” press Ukraine about anything. He acted in his capacity as president of the United States to ask the Ukrainian president to help investigate Ukraine’s role in the effort, undertaken by assets in the U.S. intelligence community and the Clinton campaign, to destroy first candidate Trump and then President Trump. It’s not “conspiracy theory,” let alone a “long-debunked” one, it is a fact. The focus was, and is, on interference in the 2016 election, the concerted effort by deep-state actors to intervene in the peaceful transfer of power and scuttle the election of someone duly elected in a free open and democratic election.
Nor did Donald Trump do anything wrong in bringing up Joe Biden and his corrupt son, as anyone who looks into the case has to acknowledge. Talk of “attempts to enlist foreign interference in American electoral democracy” are rich when the Clinton campaign enlisted interference from the Brits, an Australian, a shadowy Maltese professor, and the Ukraine. Great Alinksy! Talk about accusing your opponents of wrongdoing that you are committing yourself