Lieutenant Colonel Vindman feels subjected to bullying, intimidation and retaliation.
President of the USA Donald Trumpin a lieutenant colonel who acted as a key witness within the investigation into the suspected misdemeanor Alexander Vindman ended his profession within the U.S. navy on Wednesday.
The choice was based mostly on harassment, intimidation and retaliation, Vindman’s lawyer David Pressman advised reporters.
“Vindman is ending his profession as a result of it has been made clear to him that his future at this establishment is definitively restricted,” Pressman stated.
As early as February, Vindman, 45, was fired from his U.S. Nationwide Safety Council workplace two days after Trump was acquitted.
Vindman was the Safety Council’s director of European affairs. He was current when President Trump made a horrible name to the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyille. That decision led to an indictment in Congress.