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Vindman "kept his oath," Trump "has not," says latest ad from The Lincoln Project.
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The Senate voted to acquit President Donald Trump last week.
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."
The president fired the National Security Council aide after he testified in the House impeachment trial.
“Our military deserves better. Our country deserves better," Republicans for the Rule of Law declares in the spot that will air on "Fox & Friends."
The Republican senator said Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman's ouster was "justified."
Colin Jost couldn't believe Trump attacked Romney at a National Prayer Breakfast for citing his religion for his impeachment trial decision.
The president took retribution just two days after his acquittal by the Senate.
Without "open communication, we would have an aristocratic government dominated by the executive branch," Grassley said in a 2018 video.
Lt. Col. Yevgeny Vindman was also fired from the National Security Council as President Trump targets his apparent foes in the impeachment inquiry.
Vindman was the Ukraine expert for the National Security Council. His attorney said he was dismissed for “telling the truth.”
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) defends his staff and denounced Republican efforts to out the alleged Ukraine whistleblower.
If the president is averse to strong women challenging him, he had a very bad week.
One witness explicitly acknowledged a quid pro quo and another spoke of figurative hand grenades and drug deals. It's been a big two weeks.
The "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host also took aim at Republicans trying to spin the impeachment narrative.
The "Late Show" host said one key piece of Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman's testimony featured a couple of things the president hates.
Ranking member Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) kicked things off by ignoring Alexander Vindman's rank of lieutenant colonel, and other Republicans piled on.
Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah) appeared to belittle Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman’s military rank, questioning his dress uniform and why he previously corrected his title to Ranking Member Devin Nunes (R-Calif.).