"We shouldn't call it a transcript anymore," she said. "It should just be called a memo … it's like the Barr memo — it was a four-page memo instead of the Mueller report."
Her comments came as The New York Times released a story saying that Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman testified that the initial transcript removed "crucial words and phrases."
They included Ukraine's president mentioning Burisma, the business tied to former Vice President Joe Biden's son, as well as Trump asserting that recordings existed in which Biden discussed Ukraine's corruption. The Times noted, however, that "the phrases do not fundamentally change lawmakers’ understanding of the call."
Co-host Joy Behar praised Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and House GOP Conference Chairwoman Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., for defending and refusing to villify Vindman
Trump, on Wednesday, appeared to knock Vindman when he tweeted about his testimony.
"Yesterday’s Never Trumper witness could find NO Quid Pro Quo in the Transcript of the phone call," he said.
"There were many people listening to the call. How come they (including the President of Ukraine) found NOTHING wrong with it. Witch Hunt!"