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GOP Minds P's And Q's During Vindman Testimony, But Not On Social Media

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GOP Minds P's And Q's During Vindman Testimony, But Not On Social Media

GOP Minds P's And Q's During Vindman Testimony, But Not On Social Media

In the hearing room Tuesday, GOP lawmakers thanked Army Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman for his service.

On television, they appeared keen not to cross a line that would upset constituents with military service backgrounds.

However, Reuters reports tensions emerged nonetheless.

At one point, Vindman instructed the senior committee Republican, Rep.

Devin Nunes, not to call him Mr. Vindman.

It’s Lieutenant Colonel Vindman please.

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