Lt. Col. Vindman (ret.) would name all the people he spoke to about the Trump-Zelensky call -- except one. Democrats said doing so would identify the whistleblower. Now, Vindman will have an entire book to reveal who it was.
Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman, the national security aide who offered key testimony during the impeachment hearings of President Trump and accused the president of running a "campaign of bullying, intimidation, and retaliation," is writing a book.
Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman, the national security aide who offered key testimony during the impeachment hearings of President Trump and later accused the president of running a "campaign of bullying, intimidation, and retaliation," has a book deal.
We just released testimony of Lt. Col. Vindman and Dr. Fiona Hill, two patriotic public servants. This is first-hand testimony on how the levers of government were abused to help the president politically, at the cost of our national security. Read:
Americans know about Trump's Ukraine scheme because people with a sense of duty were willing to step forward and speak out. People like Ambassadors Yovanovitch and Taylor, Lt. Col. Vindman, Dr. Hill. They were willing to risk their careers. Can Members of Congress do the same?
Lt. Col. Vindman says he doesn’t know the “Whistleblower’s” identity. @RepAdamSchiff claims he doesn’t know the “Whistleblower’s” identity. So how is asking who Lt. Col. Vindman spoke to “outing the ‘Whistleblower?’”
Senator @MarshaBlackburn , I served with Lt. Col. Vindman in Russia, where he served with honor and great distinction. His commanding officer completely agrees with me. Please provide evidence to back up your claim. Otherwise, stop slandering a US soldier serving our great nation.
My Republican colleagues may try to muddy the waters, but this fact is undisputed: On the July 25 call, Trump asked Zelensky to investigate the Bidens. There's no ambiguity about it. And Lt. Col. Vindman understood that ask as a demand.