In Tom Friedman’s world, a Cabinet officer’s faithful execution of a president’s policies after private disagreement is both ‘cowardly’ and ‘slimy,’ not to mention cause for eternal damnation.
Vindman claimed to be the “principal advisor to the National Security Advisor and the president on Ukraine.” Turns out, he’s never spoken to the president.
Vindman said it would have been a “great honor” to serve in the position but added that he maintained that his loyalties lied with the United States.
It’s become clear that some witnesses in the impeachment probe have their own agenda, and not all of them are courageous martyrs for the truth.
Former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch admitted that President Donald Trump did not engage in any kind of criminal activity related to Ukraine.
The newly declassified transcript disproves allegations that Trump was withholding a White House meeting as leverage to get investigations into the Bidens or 2016 election meddling.
What makes the email particularly unsettling is that it indicates former Ukraine ambassador Marie Yovanovitch possibly committed perjury during her ‘impeachment inquiry’ deposition, where she was questioned under oath.
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