Just read it. That's some sinister stuff. Sounds way more like the mob than it does politics... but, that's where Republicans are at these days. Hell, it's where they've been at for decades, really, they've just gotten so comfortable with their idiotic cultish base letting them get away with things that now they're getting more blatant and sloppy about putting up a front. Why bother coming up with a cover story when you have a base that's never going to hold you accountable even if they see you doing it? They chug that KoolAid and ask for seconds.
Anyway, note that they're monitoring her level of protection... conducting pretty tight surveillance on a U.S. ambassador, which is freakin' creepy and sinister. They talk about having a person "inside." Why would they need that level of monitoring unless there's something really heavy happening? As in, hunting. If they just want her fired or whatever, why keep track of her "level of protection" and her movements, visitors, etc.? If she's got private security or not. You can fire somebody wherever they are, guarded or unguarded. It appears to be an operation whose end was causing her harm, although that's not conclusive.
"They are willing to help if we/you would like a price. Guess you can do anything in the Ukraine with money... what I was told."
"If you want her out they need to make contact with security forces."
And then there's a note, "Get rid of Lenny Davis (nicely)". Why specify "nicely" unless there's a possibility of... something un-nice? As in Gotti-sorta un-nice?
And as a little context... remember this?
Glad I'm not having to defend this administration, because that's becoming damned near impossible.