“The first time I felt threatened was just after Alex’s testimony” against Trump at the impeachment hearings, Rachel Vindman revealed.
Trump "likes authoritarian strongmen," so he tries to please Putin, said Alexander Vindman, whose White House career ended after his impeachment testimony.
The key impeachment witness said his decision was prompted by a "campaign of bullying, intimidation and retaliation” by the president and his allies.
Vindman, a key witness in Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, is retiring over alleged “bullying” by the president.
The Army officer, a key witness in Trump's impeachment trial, determined his future in the armed forces would "forever be limited," his lawyer said.
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The former White House chief of staff said Alexander Vindman acted as a good soldier and did "exactly what we teach them to do from cradle to grave."