President Trump on Saturday blasted, Oct. 5, at reports that a second whistleblower has come forward, accusing his rivals of “going to the bench” after the first complaint filed about his conversation with the Ukraine president.

Mark Zaid, the attorney representing the first whistleblower, told ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos that a second intelligence official has spoken to the inspector general, and that this person has “firsthand knowledge of some of the allegations outlined in the original complaint.”

Trump stated the second whistleblower was a member of the “deep state” conspiracy, that is working to undermine his presidency.

“The first so-called second hand information ‘Whistleblower’ got my phone conversation almost completely wrong, so now word is they are going to the bench and another ‘Whistleblower’ is coming in from the Deep State, also with second hand info. Meet with Shifty. Keep them coming!” Trump tweeted.

Meanwhile Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s attorney, expressed his surprise to “second whistleblower,” asserting that the conservation is public, not secret.

“SURPRISE Democrat lawyer has other secret sources. Swamp Media will corruptly fail to point out it means nothing, now that conversation is public. No money, no quid pro quo unlike Biden helping son make millions from Ukrainian crook. ORCHESTRATED DEM CAMPAIGN LIKE KAVANAUGH,” Giuliani tweeted on Sunday.

Whistleblowers hired a former Schumer and Hillary Clinton staffer, Andrew Bakaj to represent them.

On Sunday morning, attorney Andrew Bakaj tweeted that his firm is representing “multiple” whistleblowers in connection to the call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Zelenskiy.

Andrew Bakaj has deep ties with Democrats. He donated to Joe Biden’s presidential campaign.