One of the main narratives being pushed by those trying to remove the President over his July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Zelenskyy is that the transcript that was released is really just a "memo" and rough outline of what was actually said.
This narrative is obviously being pushed to make you believe something sinister was edited out of the transcript by Trump and his protectors, in order to cover-up some illicit quid-pro-quo... or extortion... or bribery... or ... something.
While the transcript does have words that may be missing or added in due to the nature of the way it's recorded, by a staff of at least a dozen White House employees listening in who come to a general consensus of what was said, it's important to point out that the substance of the call doesn't change from this transcription method, as the media is trying to make you believe.
In fact, two main players in this ridiculous charade, Lt. Col. Vindman, the decorated military officer we're not allowed to criticize, and the whistleblower himself both poke holes in that carefully crafted talking point.
You can read Vindman's testimony here. From pages 253-254, he is asked whether or not the missing words were edited out for malicious intent. His answer is a clear no.
The Whistleblower also discredits this talking point in his initial complaint, ironically enough, which you can read here.
So, yeah. Just another disingenuous talking point peddled by the media circus and their ringleaders in Congress, easily debunked by their own words.