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Trump Suggests Military Might Take Disciplinary Action Against Vindman

Trump Suggests Military Might Take Disciplinary Action Against Vindman

President Donald Trump suggests the U.S. military may take disciplinary action against Lt.

Col.

Alexander Vindman.

According to Business Insider, Vindman was a witness in the impeachment trial.

He said Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky concerned him.

Soon after, Vindman was fired by Trump from the White House National Security Council.

Trump claims that Vindman’s account of the conversation he had was “very different” from his “perfect call.”


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