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Lou Dobbs Mocks Vindman Testimony: ‘Insisted for Some Reason on Wanting to Be Called Lt. Col.’

Mediaite Wednesday, 20 November 2019
*Lou Dobbs* blasted the third day of public impeachment hearings today and mocked Lt. Col. *Alexander Vindman* over his much-talked-about testimony this morning on Ukraine and the president's call.
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Democratic House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff introduced two witnesses testifying before a televised impeachment hearing, noting that both Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and State Department employee Jennifer Williams raised concerns after listening to a July 25th phone call between President...

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